Omnirax eDeskTop


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Studio furniture
Patented ergonomic tops alter conventional measurements. Collaborate seated face to face, orbiting around a video screen. In the private office or the open office, fit more people, more connected, in less space. The cockpit design puts everything within seated reach while positioning a video screen up front for ease of sharing. Use these tops with existing cabinetry or specially designed elements to customize a personal look. By employing a curved diagonal line within the footprint of a rectangle, one creates added edge length. This added length allows more collaborators to be seated more comfortably, centered on a video screen or computer monitor. The same principle applies to open system furniture (unCube) that frees users from facing a wall (cubicle), opening the outer office up to a team- oriented atmosphere -- allowing for more people, with more desk space and more privacy than benching systems.
800-332-3393
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www.omnirax.com


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