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London, Geneva, New York

Nothing speaks to the success of a project more than being asked to deliver it again… and again.

It all began with a project in London for a high end investment company. Once their architect had sourced the perfect desks, it was time to turn their attention to finding the perfect screens. They were seeking a solution where aesthetics, strength and flexibility were all equally important.

The sleek modular office design had a number of demands. It required screens of specific heights to match the lines of the desks and storage. It also needed to be easily stackable to create different levels of screening, as well as be easy to configure and re-configure.

Solving problems is in our nature and so we set to work. During the rigorous tender process we created an exacting mockup, engineering a screen that met the individual specs of the job while giving the client a chance to test and feel its stability first hand.

Ultimately, we delivered a customised range of our System 5 screens to work with height adjustable systems benching (desk up, fly by, lateral and floor standing). Due to the modular nature of our aluminium framed system, the desks can be configured in a number of different ways, tailoring the space to satisfy the individual needs of the teams working in them.

The project was a complete success and the end user loved the finished result! So much so, we were commissioned to roll it out two more times in Geneva and New York. This meant partnering with different clients, on each of the three schemes, but delivering the same robust solution in each location.

Delivering a global roll out meant that we could carry our experience and knowledge of the project from one territory to the next.  We provided on-site support for each installation so we were on hand to answer any questions about assembly and ensured that the intricacies of the bespoke solution were fully understood.

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