At the NeoCon show this week a Gold status in the 'Height-Adjustable Worksurfaces" category was awarded to Wing-It, a computer station created by SurfaceWorks. This year it was tough than ever to win an award amongst the competition of 700 exhibitors, but the exposure itself is well worth the time and energy. In front of 40,000 architecture and design professionals from all over the world, it seemed that modular, adjustable designs took the "Best of NeoCon" by storm this year.. Located inside the Merchandise Mart of Chicago, among this many attendees and exhibitors with their numerous designs, Wing-It's and its Gold Award earned the right to show off.
SurfaceWorks' booth at #NeoCon10.
The personal workstation is a mobile solution for laptops and CPUs. In other words, it is a space created for our on-the-move market of professionals, students, and information seekers who appreciate efficiency and comfort. Adjusting to fit your height that may be different from those around you, the Wing-It workstation can be adjusted to fixed heights with a lever or push-button. Furthermore, it comes with wheels underneath to . The company, SurfaceWorks, is a specialized manufacturer of laminate tops that works directly with select contract furniture dealers and re-manufacturers. For over fifty years now, their focus has been primarily tops, components, and other products for the office, medical, and hospitality settings.
With a design concept that is as much about form as it is function, the Wing-It offers privacy with separate units radiating out from the center island. Each individual desk space wraps around slightly, forming a thick, boomerang-shaped nook that offers enough space for elbows or a pen and paper to rest on comfortably. The Wing-It can be set up with CPU or laptop affiliation and features SurfaceWorks' notable urethane flex edge that adds a subtle, ergonomic design twist to the end result.
Instead of choosing individual tables and desks that consume valuable space, the modern Wing-It workstation works effortlessly as it adapts to the specific needs of our 21st century computer-savvy generation.