CH Workspace are pleased to be able to offer yet another cost effectivebench desk range, which is available from stock for delivery in a matter of days.
Although this range is primarily designed as a bench desk system, where intermediate legs are used to support two desk tops, and are set back underneath the desk, standard rectangular and radial desks are also available from stock.
The desk tops are available in beech, cherry, maple, wenge, white and light grey and there is a choice of aluminium, graphite grey or white for the framework. This range is one of our best selling contract bench desk ranges and consequently the pricing is very competitive.
The demand for white office furniture seems to be increasing as each year goes by, presumably as a result of many architects specifying white furniture and fittings for the domestic market.
Consequently many UK manufacturers have been quick to add a white finish to their office furniture ranges.
And one of the most popular styles of desk at the moment is the bench desk.
This is because they are very efficient at optimising the number of employees, in a given area, and are more space efficient than the circular pods of worktops which used to be called call centre desks.
Their shape means that they are easy to make, and therefore relatively cheap. They are usually available in a range of sizes from 120 cm wide up to 180cm wide.
The depth of these desks almost always used to be 80cm, but with the advent of flat monitors and cheap monitor arms, 60cm deep bench desks are now available.
CH Workspace are pleased to announce that we have another exciting range of bench desks which are
available from stock for delivery within a few days
The 4Work range has been with us in for a few years now, in the form of a range called 4Most, but now the range has been extended to provide some interesting options.
To begin with the 4Work range is available with either aluminium or jet black finish legs, with either a beech, oak, or white top. The legs have been designed for form as well as function, which is refreshing to see on an office furniture range. Normally the legs are a fairly basic affair, and just designed to keep the desks from collapsing.
This time, the designers have gone to great length to make the leg detail an intricate part of the overall design, and in our opinion it works well.
We get lots of calls from customers who would like to improve the sound quality in their
offices. Too many times we have heard that the noise from a colleague when they are on the phone is very distracting and they would like to resolve this problem.
Well, CH Workspace do sell proper acoustic screens which will do the job but it’s not as simple as that. The difference in price between a basic cloth upholstered screen, and a sound absorbing screen is significant. At least double would be a good estimation in most cases.
This is because a basic office screen is, in simple terms, a board with fabric over it. The board is solid and has a couple of holes drilled into the base, into which the screen clamps fit.
If you order a pinnable screen, then the board is a soft fibreboard into which pins can be pushed.
We only just looked away for a few minutes and it seems that 2014 is already upon us.
All those plans we had, are still not much further ahead than when we first thought of them.
And , as we all know, each year comes and goes at a faster speed than the previous one, meaning that we are less likely to get even what we got done last year, done this year.
So more than ever proper planning is essential to get the best out of your time. Simple plans with identifiable final goal and staging posts. Technology seems to make things change even faster so the only way to keep up is to keep things simpler and simpler. Take Google and Seach Engine Optimisation for example.
It has taken much of last year just to work out what has been going on with the many Google algorithm changes. Many businesses have suffered , and many search engine optimisation companies have called up offering another unique solution to our expected predicament.
Not that long ago boardroom tables were large and imposing, often made of a dark wood or wood veneer, with equally austere looking black leather armchairs, usually with a dark wood frame. The boardroom was an “executive only “ area, exclusively for the use of the very top level of the corporate management, in much the same way as executive washrooms in the old days.
But nowadays, most business cannot afford to have an expensive room for the sole use of the top level executives and board members, and don’t feel the need to have to impress their clients or contemporaries to this level, as before.
Boardrooms have in many ways been replaced by multifunction meeting rooms, which can offer a wider range of staff a wider range of possibilities. Multifunctional furniture can allow even the smallest person in the office, to reconfigure the meeting room into many things. A staff training room, a lecture room, examination room, function room, and presentation room are just some examples of the many uses to which these room can be put.
By using flip top tables and stacking meeting chairs, the furniture can be packed away into a small space, leaving just a few tables out for the client buffet. These tables can then be brought out again, swung into action and locked in place for that big staff meeting.
Nowadays it is getting more and more difficult to get rid of your old or unwanted office furniture. Transport, storage and labour costs means that second hand office furniture dealers are less likely to want your old furniture.
Charities have the same problem as well as being restricted by the ever tightening Health and Safety regulations.
Even taking the furniture to the local dump is more difficult nowadays. The charge for commercial waste seems to escalate geometrically and the limitations on what can be accepted as non hazardous waste makes this method of disposal a very expensive option.
We are often asked if we can help with office furniture planning and the answer is always yes. Our sophisticated CAD design systems can produce 2D and 3D renditions which are almost life-like. Most of our office desks and chairs have already been drawn to scale for use in our CAD systems so we can literally just drag and drop the items into place as required making space planning quick and easy.
We are happy to visit your offices to take all relevant measurements to enable us to produce a scale drawing, but obviously this is subject to our work load, your location, and the amount of planning required.
Sometimes it is just not economically viable for us to travel hundreds of miles to measure up just few office desks.
The Format range has an extensive offering of desk shapes and sizes. Rectangular, compact ( waves and 120 degree ) and radial desks are all available from stock, with either a panel or an I frame desk end, in maple, light beech, salmon beech, copper pear, caramel cherry, or a grey finish.
With regard to storage both steel or wood finish mobile pedestals, as well as desk height pedestals are available from stock in this range, with prices starting at around £130 including delivery and installation.