Bench desks are a space saving solution in all offices now. They offer a flexible linear style to your office, whilst in the vast majority of cases being the most space efficient option. Bench desks create clean lines and clutter free space. Bench desks share legs and components consequently keeping the cost down (much more than you would think) making bench desks the most cost effective solution also. All the plus points are adding up…
X4 Bench desks can be integrated to storage with sliding doors to establish a working area. The X4 bench desks can also appear in a linear composition with desk height storage systems and overlapping storage units. Cable management with aluminium rails with top access.
X4 storage is available with finishing tops combining two or three units together to give a neater look. Bicolour edge detail is also available on desks and storage in a chrome finish giving a more executive finish which also works well as home furniture with less of an office look.
Thanks to a wide number of leg choices (White, Silver, Black and Chrome, as shown), the X4 bench desks system can be completely integrated to work for executive and operative solutions. They are also available in a various amount of top finishes and even glass tops as shown in the images.
The X4 bench desks range has an aesthetically pleasing simplicity with an ergonomic and dynamic combination. We have supplied bench desks to many customers and here are some of the installation shots of them in situ. There you will see the X4 bench desks in a couple of our installation shots like Projection Lighting and Beaverbrooks.
Thank you @BuckhurstPlant for choosing Bevlan for your office fit out - the Veta bench desks look great especially with customised screens in your brand colours and the Venus chairs are a sleek addition too.
Such a sincere quote from Lee Gansler the director of Buckhurst too! pic.twitter.com/YA1nfAfilv
@Pas_aimable Not at all, hot desking is the new trend in office interiors. The ability to work wherever and not be tied down to a desk is appealing. The Den range is not enclosed, it gives the feel of open space but the acoustics allow it to be situated anywhere.
@TimCWrites We agree Tim. Personally, I think interiors, colours and the arrangement of furniture plays an important role too. You'd be surprised at what a simple breakout area or booth can do - they encourage and invite employees to explore ideas.