Flexibility has been the focus of many recent office seating and desking designs that cater to new, more relaxed working environments. Allsteel‘s new Create office furniture system seeks to do the same with a design that can grow along with your business.
Create supports the evolution of all types of work, at a pace that fits the needs of each individual organization.
Previewed earlier this week at NeoCon 2013, Create is an agile furniture system that includes surfaces, supports, screens and storage that can be configured to form a wide variety of work environments.
The design can be set up to bring teams together as well as offer privacy in an open environment allowing workers and organizations to choose the environment that is most productive to their individual needs.
Trapezoid-shaped work surfaces offer a comfortable 120-degree design that doesn’t force workers into face-to-face configurations and means that users do not fully face away from high-traffic areas such as hallways.
A key component of the design is the Power Hub – the Create system’s structural support that can also double as a stand-alone power and data terminal. The Power Hub increases flexibility by providing a range of solutions – from individual, focused workstations to collaborative areas, each connecting people to power and data.
For additional information, visit www.allsteeloffice.com
About the manufacturer: Allsteel Inc., headquartered in Muscatine, IA, has been designing, building and delivering award-winning workplace furniture solutions since 1912. As the originator of the lateral file, Allsteel continues its commitment to innovation with its extensive product portfolio. As a dedicated steward of sustainability, Allsteel was the first contract furniture manufacturer to have all products certified either Indoor Advantage™ or Indoor Advantage Gold. The entire product line can contribute to LEED® credits. Additionally, Allsteel strives to attain the highest certification level for all that it manufactures. The company has Resource Centers in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, New York, San Francisco, Santa Monica and Washington, D.C., as well as in Toronto, Canada.