See how the latest range of height adjustable tables from Schiavello has been tuned to support alternative and progressive working styles.
10 April, 2014
Top image: Krossi Workstation, System 30 Panel, Liberty Task Chair, Tom Stool and Kase Storage from Schiavello
With companies progressively embracing flexible working, and offering their employees greater choice in workspaces, considerations for ergonomics in the office has come to the fore.
Schiavello’s latest range of height adjustable tables, Krossi, is specifically designed to respond to the way we work today as well as support the user’s health and sense of well-being.
Krossi allows users to transition between seated and standing positions with ease. Its flexibility allows individuals to control and adjust their position at the work point, which ultimately promotes musculoskeletal movement and improves their physical and mental health.
Features such as recessed table legs allow for reconfiguration of teams with the ability to subtract and add employees along the workpoint. Employees can easily bump along the workpoint and plug in additional elements as needed. Furthermore, Krossi also helps to improve work effectiveness as users can alter their physical body position to create greater privacy for focusing and openness for collaboration.
The lightweight System 30 and System 45 Panels by Schiavello are designed to be seamlessly compatible with Krossi. Aspects of Climate, a user-centred workplace furniture platform, also by Schiavello, can be integrated with Krossi to create a malleable workplace environment that can be re-shaped to meet the needs of working teams.
Krossi is available in a variety of configurations. It provides a height range of between 610-1200mm and comes in user adjust and electric modes. The electric mode is available with an LCD screen, which displays the height of the table as well as 4 memory settings based on different heights. With clean lines and a palette of inspiring colours and finishes to choose from, the Krossi collection of products offers a consistent design language across the entire work environment, from executive workspaces to meeting rooms and breakout spaces.
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