Modular Furniture System Docks

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Docks – Modular Furniture System Perfect for Office

Modular Furniture System Docks

Allowing the users to find the best setup can be one of the most interesting features offered by modular furniture. The design that allows the users to move the elements around to find the best setup and put them together when needed make decorating room easier. This way the homeowners can get change to enjoy fresh looks of the home quite frequently thanks to the modular system. Till Grosch and Björn Meier, the Berlin-based designers have created another option in modular furniture system. They name their creation with Docks. What does this modular furniture system offer to us? To find out the answer, you should finish this article.

Modular Furniture System Docks

As the other modular furniture systems offer to users, the Docks offers various setup combinations that allow the user to find the best arrangement for the room easier. The Docks has been designed to accommodate workers’ need for comfortable working zone. Thanks to the modular system, the workers can find the best arrangement independently. Not only perfect addition when in need of more working space, the Docks can be also useful for relaxation and concentration. To complete the design, the Docks also has the cable channels that will help the workers to have better electricity without clattering the office. The Docks is manufactured by Ophelis.

Modular Furniture System Docks

New elements for ophelis docks
Till Grosch has designed new key elements for ophelis docks. Corner, diagonal, and armrest modules expand the range of configuration options. Various chairs and stools are used as mobile furniture that makes it possible to create open or semi-open suites of furniture in an even more flexible way. The new Highbench, which functions as a meeting point and a standing workplace.

Modular Furniture System Docks

Modular Furniture System Docks

Modular Furniture System Docks

Modular Furniture System Docks

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