C9 Desk by Watson
Decidedly Scandinavian in design, the C9 desk conceals a four-motor spindle lifting mechanism within its minimalist steel frame. Six styles of undermount storage cubes are on offer, along with privacy screens that can frame some or all of the work surface. Part of the larger C9 collection, the individual desks can be linked together via a powered rail system to create non-linear work stations equipped with lighting, planter boxes and team tables.
Sit-Stand Workbench by Benchmark
Part of the Sage collection by David Rockwell, the Sit-Stand Workbench takes inspiration from drafting tables. Divided by cork and felt privacy panels that double as pinboards, its dual work surfaces are lifted and lowered via a button. Made from sustainably sourced sycamore, oak or walnut, the workstation can be wired with an integrated power supply while an embedded light in the overhead arch provides illumination.
EFloat by Humanscale
Comprising two base styles, Lite (shown) and Flex, eFloat is able to support multiple desk-top sizes and shapes (and up to 100 kilograms). The customizable series offers four touchpad options (two with programmable memory settings) and nine finishes for the recyclable steel and aluminum structure.
Sky by Versteel
Not limited to transitioning from a seated work surface to a standing one, Sky’s paddle-operated pneumatic assist also transforms it into a whiteboard, a privacy screen or a lectern. Five base styles accommodate various tabletop formats.
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