August 28, 2018
Inscape’s recent RockIt Bench embodies the casual comfort and cool elegance of the phrase. Fittingly, to “RockIt” implies to put something in action as well as to enjoy existing attributes. With regard to this eminently versatile benching system, the sentiment couldn’t be more apropos.
At its most basic level, RockIt is a versatile, streamlined bench with a hip (and equally versatile) aesthetic: “a perfect balance of modern design and sophisticated materials that enable Industrial Chic, Mid-Century Modern, or even traditionally conservative environments.”
RockIt features an ultra-clean and appealing design. Canted legs and exterior frame connectors set the stage for integrating the worktop as well as the multitude of additions, manipulations, accessories, and alterations.
The modular design facilitates ganging configurations (on all four sides) as well as attachment of adjustable accessories—think privacy screens, drawers, decorative planters, shelves/storage cubbies, and power/data.
RockIt’s modular versatility is impressive, but perhaps its defining coup is height-adjustability, for RockIt easily converts to a standing station courtesy of a hidden pneumatic mechanism—the SkyRockIt technology is a “sleek, cantilevered pneumatic lift…a revelation for those looking to add height adjustability without compromising design.”
RockIt also offers a vibrant color palette. Legs, tops, and sides come in a variety of modern colors, enabling users to create intriguing combinations and match existing schemes.
RockIt was a crowd favorite this year at NeoCon. Dovetail Design Studio writes: “If I had to pick a favorite product that debuted at this year’s NeoCon, this would be it. The detailing is on point. The turned wood legs are restrained and are a fresh take on all the tapered legs we’ve been seeing in benching the last few years, and the woodwork surface edge profile compliments it nicely... I also love how Inscape has integrated the sit-to-stand work surface; it’s very seamless and when you swap the attachable screen dividers with glass, you can achieve a very refined look.”
To find out more, and watch a very cool video of RockIt in action, see Inscape.
Posted August 28, 2018 by Joseph Starr