Σάββατο, 22 Δεκεμβρίου 2012

Manifesto office furniture system : 3-dimensional space management


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Manifesto: 3-dimensional space management


Manifesto is the product of our research into today's workers including Gen-Y and the evolving workplace, which helped us to define a new dimension in work-life balance. Manifesto’s extensive menu of elements supports 3-dimensional space management, to enable the creation of complete workplaces that facilitate individual and team work in a variety of settings.
Manifesto: Our observations

Insight 1: Objects trump paper.
We want to keep things that matter to us, both personal and for work, close at hand. Papers and objects we use on a daily basis are stored in the open. We feel comfortable with both Personal and Public items, Tools, Toys and Trophies all in the same space. Our space.

Insight 2: People want visual access.
People want to keep their work and personal gear close to their personal workspace.
They want spaces and places to display their things — tools, trophies, and toys, both private and public—so they’re easy to find. It’s so much easier to find and use something when you can see it.

Insight 3: More important and urgent work stays close by and near the top.
When objects, papers, and devices are used daily, we like to store them close at hand in whatever space is available. You’ll find on the worksurface, in open cabinets, balanced whenever, or even dumped on the floor. Wherever they are easy to see and ready to grab.
Which naturally means they start on top — until they get buried

Manifesto: Think in 3 dimensions

New work styles, work-life demands and increasing workplace density are changing the way systems and storage are planned and used. Applying our insights, Manifesto aims to optimize the use space by thinking in 3 dimensions, overcoming contemporary workplace challenges to:
• Help to change the way we work
• Help the work-life balance with personal items at work
• Help overcome workplace density
• Help support all kinds of workstyle

We set out five design principles to make the best possible use of space:
1. Make space below the waterline
2. Use vertical space
3. Make the system modular
4. Make the workspace more personal
5. Promote interaction

Manifesto features:

• Combines privacy with open and covered storage for concentrated task work.
• Open bench style layouts promote interaction with space for casual meetings.
• Optimizes privacy, worksurfaces and personal storage while supporting teamwork.
• Open setting promotes informal meetings and interaction
• Standing height worksurface encourages casual interaction.
• Modular system allows mix and match of storage units.
• Storage unit supports the worksurface, reducing the number of components.
• Worksurface of storage units provides addition work and display space.
• Internal cable channels route power and data to the worksurface.
• Padded top for casual sitting and visible storage.
• Portable screen provides privacy, whiteboard makes work visible.
• Monitor support arm slots into the worksurface.
• Private storage under the waterline.
• Storage top provides space to display toys and trophies.
• Bridge design provides privacy and personal storage.
• Hanging shelves make great use of vertical space.
• Floating shelf for lighter books, trophies and tools.
• Convenient bookends simplify organizing papers and books
• Clip in hook keeps personal gear tidy & handy.
• Moby storage supports highly mobile workers.
• High density pedestal.
• Freestanding desk package.
• Airtouch height adjustable desk.


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