According to manufacturer Martex, among its many attributes, the new Fluido transformable workstation has been designated a “patent of ingeniousness.”
Whether we chalk this up to a new coinage or a spirited mis-translation (Martex is an Italian company located in the province of Pordenone), the sentiment holds: this clever product should receive a patent of ingeniousness!
Made for the always-evolving demands of the contemporary office, Fluido rolls into view on a compact caddy containing a kit of parts: aluminum frame, legs, tabletop, and various accessories and inserts.
The idea here is to emulate the infrastructure of the Venice fish markets: “every day, depending on the catch, the trays become interchangeable and easily replaceable; all supported by a structure that can be assembled and reused elsewhere.”
Fluido achieves these fluid transformations with ecologically minded components (and without the fishy smell!): no screws, recyclable materials, easy transport/disassembly, and sustainable materials including the option of 100% recycled Paperstone tops.
The Fluido collection also includes optional accessories like whiteboards as well as companion products like storage units and bar cabinets. A variety of table heights and surfaces are available.
See Martex to find out more.