Design expos are a new form of shop window as the their primary objective is to generate trade opportunity inherent to mass gatherings. The same thing can be said about the IIDEX/NeoCon 2008 where one is sure to witness great contemporary trends that redefine the conventional design ethos. Gone are the days when office furniture made you conjure images of stifling cubicles and lackluster mono-chromatic furniture. These days we’re seeing colors that seem to merge harmoniously, while non-conforming shaped furniture is the flavor of this season.
Quattro, workstation system. Manufactured by Fluid Concepts.
Quattro is a contemporary workstation system being exhibited at IIDEX/Neoncon by Fluid Concepts. You can catch the system in all its glory at booth number 701 this week. The Quattro workstation system may not be obliterating traditional bastions, however it does try to create its own niche. According to Fluid Concepts, Quattro encapsulates the meeting of form, function, fluidity and fresh thinking. Versatility is the key with this workstation, which makes it ideal for private offices, dynamic meeting spaces, reception stations or any other productive open spaces.
The workstation can be easily reconfigured to suit diverse needs and adheres to the company’s vision of proving “design-driven, contemporary furnishings for the workplace”. This versatile square post and beam product strength lies in its ability to perform across a broad spectrum of office environments.
Its interesting to witness the developing change in office furniture and furnishings. These days one can transform the most dilapidated workspace into a dramatic and exciting visual space courtesy of the avant-garde furniture available to the professional market… contract furniture that aims not only for function but also to enliven any self-orchestrated place.