Furniture design accomodates computers while hiding cabels wires
on Monday,June 07,2010 19:06
A fashion manufacturer has developed a new design of office furniture to suit the artistic needs of the interior designer and architect.
The company, Caretta Workspace, has worked directly with architects and designers to help them create custom office environments that are both attractive and functional.
In the contemporary workplace, nearly every worker has a computer and the tangled cables and wires that go with it. Caretta's line of hardwood furniture solves the problem by hiding wires and connectors within the furniture itself, without the unsightly plastic and metal channels used by other manufacturers.
Larry Tracewell, Caretta's CEO, said he founded the company after a customer demanded a beautiful work environment, "but was simply unable to integrate a computer and associated equipment into his office furniture without creating an unsightly mess," he said.
The furniture is produced according to strict eco-friendly guidelines with LEED Green standards. By making cable and wires virtually disappear, the contemporary desks, tables and accessories result in an uncluttered workspace. The design uses premium select hardwoods with matching grain patterns, precision fit joints and smooth hand-sanded finishes.
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