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District makes efficient use of space by constructing clever, compact workstations with multi-functional furniture pieces:


· Generous primary worksurface depths (up to36 inches) can be augmented by a secondary return (20 inches deep) with under-worksurface storage to optimize space

· Overlapping surfaces and desk-mounted shelves free-up worksurface space and provide a secondary tier for storage

· Storage beneath and supporting the worksurface eliminates gables

Stacking Cabinetry

· Sleek, elevated credenzas assume multiple functions - they divide space, provide storage, support worksurfaces, extend desktop space and provide casual guest seating

· Lightly scaled cabinets can be stacked and positioned on credenzas to maximize storage in a smaller footprint

· Modular stacking furniture can be applied to freestanding storage units to create varied planning landscapes


· Windows provide an uninterrupted glass span up to eight feet in length

· Full-height glass windows support worksurfaces and expand planning options for achieving access to daylight

· Also available as an add-on to District walls, windows permit access to daylight views with seated-height privacy or heads-down privacy


· Wall spans up to 96 inches wide make conventional workstations appear architectural

· At a height of 29 inches, walls integrate with worksurfaces to become desks


Multi-functional components create unique workstations for an entire floor plan, meeting diverse application requirements ranging from freestanding desking, storage spine applications and private offices while providing the unified look of a district.


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