Patients aren’t the only ones that need attention. Caregivers need furniture that supports them and their specialized tasks. Zenith’s CARE range provides ergonomic solutions to the unique challenges faced specifically by employees of the healthcare industry. Zenith’s products are tailored to ensure that the emphasis is on collaboration and interaction amongst employees while also recognising ...
EDO Stage 2 is now released with longer lounges and a handy power module for recharging your devices and connecting via USB. It even doubles as an armrest and table top, giving you many more opportunities to create unique landscapes to suit all the diverse activities in today’s office.
Inspired by the city of Tokyo (formerly known as EDO), the EDO collection offers a preview of the technology rich Edo Workscape soon to follow.
Taking its cues from a mega city humanised by intimate teahouses, intriguing laneways and bustling courtyards, the clean architectural lines of EDO promises designers a toolkit brimming with placemaking solutions.
Unlock your clients’ potential by offering them EDO's spatial diversity: places for quiet focus time, places for private conversations, places for quiet collaboration and places for energetic team brainstorming.
The EDO kit of parts includes: removable armrests; variable back rest heights, a selection of base/leg options and now comes with a handy power module for recharging your devices and connecting via USB. It even doubles as an armrest and table top.
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The supply and demand for healthcare in any country depends on a combination of health/illness patterns and social, economic, environmental and technological variables.[i] In Australia, the healthcare sector is 9 per cent of GDP and rising.[ii] With an aging population – the proportion of people aged over 65 years is projected to double by the ...
Sean Dix of Dix Design and Architecture talks to Karen McCartney about his cultural and philosophical drivers, reductionist approach to design and favourite whiskey. You worked in Italy for many years and have adopted the notion of ‘progettista’ which means “somebody who makes a project” rather than the segregated attitude of architect/designer etc. How does ...