The meaning of "fitness" really comes down to adaptability—to how easily a system can perform the demands placed upon it in a given context.
In that regard, it's easy to see why Allsteel chose the name "Fit" for their recent panel system of workstations, desks, and storage.
At its essence, Fit is a frame-less system for partitioning space. It's comprised of hard-surface laminate panels (available in wood grain and solid color finishes) that seamlessly incorporate power and data infrastructure, "creating integrated work settings that efficiently manage technology and adapt to a variety of work styles."
Much of the buzz here revolves around Fit's versatile functionality. The modular panels support sit-stand stations, easily incorporate a variety of accessories and storage, and offer different heights.
There's also an option for integrated glass along the top edge, for an elegant look that strikes a nice balance between private and open styles.
Other options include power rail finishes in nine standard metals that coordinate with other Allsteel products, and a reception configuration for "an impressive welcome experience."
Find out more at Allsteel.