Teknion Debuts Tek Pier Height-Adjustable Worksurface/Monitor at NeoCon 2016

Tek Pier First to Bring Height Adjustability and Easily Positioned Monitors Together Seamlessly in Private Offices and Enclaves

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June ​13, 201​6

Teknion Corporation today announced the launch of Tek Pier – the first demountable, wall-integrated, height-adjustable workspace and monitor – at NeoCon from June 13-15 at The Mart in Chicago.

"This is the first product of its kind to successfully merge wall-mounted monitors with height-adjustable worksurfaces," said Paul Kruger, Teknion’s Director of Design, Architectural Products. "With its articulating large monitor, Tek Pier was designed to promote technology for individual or group use while providing an ergonomic, collaborative experience. Three wall-integrated formats support flexible planning styles, including collaboration in small private offices, meeting rooms, enclaves and open-plan environments."

Tek Pier’s wall-integrated actuators offer a height adjustment range between 24 and 43 inches (61 to 110 cm), complete with anti-collision technology. An innovative and patented Origami mount allows fluid positioning of monitor to maintain viewing privacy, share information with small groups or engage in touchscreen applications.

The Electrics Hub supports a motion-control switch, as well as power, USB and video connectivity. The Bluetooth app makes height adjustability easy by connecting Tek Pier to users’ devices.

Tek Pier expresses a minimal, unobtrusive and architectural presence from all viewing angles. This is achieved by the overhanging thin-edge detail, integrated cable routing, single lifting column and clean subsurface. Cables to the monitor are hidden through the Origami Arm. The solid-surface top and anodized aluminum components accentuate Tek Pier’s premium aesthetic.

In addition to Tek Pier, Teknion will be showing the Zones furniture collection, Focus glass wall system, Around task chair, Teknion Community Table, Teknion Sanna by Pablo light collection and the Starting Point textiles collection designed by Suzanne Tick from Luum. Visit Teknion’s redesigned tenth-floor showroom #1048 during NeoCon 2016, one of the most recognized and attended trade shows in the commercial interiors industry.