Prologue to Systems Furniture .


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Introduction to Systems Furniture . ID-439 Contract Design I. The Quickbourner Team . Germany, 1959. Two brothers developed the concept of open office layout and brought the idea to the US in 1967.
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Prologue to Systems Furniture ID-439 Contract Design I

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The Quickbourner Team Germany, 1959. Two siblings built up the idea of open office design and conveyed the thought to the US in 1967. They trusted that numerous workplaces impeded work efficiency. Their outlines advanced great correspondence and stream. Alluded to an office arranging. Their arrangements were based upon a frameworks examination of work process and correspondence. The format was free and non-rectilinear.

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The Quickbourner Team People in continuous contact with each other were put near one another. Numerous acoustical issues were endeavored to be redressed by the utilization of cover, plants and acoustical roof tiles This new approach of "scene" arranging tremendously affected the way workplaces were to be planned. They were adaptable, proficient, open and casual. Americans, notwithstanding, were ease back to acknowledge the thought since they would not like to surrender their hardwall office, which were materialistic trifles to the administrators.

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Open Office Landscaping

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Robert Propst Hired by Herman Miller, Inc. in 1960 An analyst and designer Developed Action Office I for Herman Miller and presented it in 1964. A board based framework utilizing a vertical approach Despite what the advanced office has turned into, his objective was to make tracks in an opposite direction from boxes and halls. The utilization of the boards abused the Quickborner idea yet was broadly acknowledged as open office arranging.

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"Review A" Systems Manufacturers Haworth, Inc. : Unigroup, Places, Premise, Moxie, and Compose Steelcase : Series 9000, Avenir, Answer, Kick Herman Miller: Action Office, Ethospace, Resolve Allsteel: Align, Terrace, Concensys Teknion: T/O/S, Leverage, Transit, Lyft Knoll: Dividends, Equity, Morrison, Reff Kimball: Cetra, Traxx, Footprint

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Types of "Frameworks" Non-Panel Based (Desking Systems) Panel Based (Universal connectors or gave connectors) Post and Panel Off-Modular Reconditioned – Refurbished – As-is

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Non-Panel Based Systems: Haworth Race (a post and shaft framework)

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Non-Panel Based Systems: Haworth Patterns

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Haworth Patterns

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Freestanding Desking System: Haworth "If"

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Freestanding Desking System: Knoll Upstart

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Panel Based System Monolithic Stacked or Segmented Off-measured

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What is Panel Creep?

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Planning with Systems Furniture

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Panel Terminology Monolithic Raceway Topcap Siderail Honeycomb center Monocoque Construction Adjustable levelors/floats Carpet grippers

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Panel System Top Channel Raceway

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Top Cap, Side Rail and Corner Post Side rails indicating "openings" to hang segments into. Corner post

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Variable stature connectors Variable Ht. Connectors Covers uncovered board end when utilizing two distinctive board statures

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Heights and Widths will shift

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Electrical Systems Haworth has a 8 Wire System 3 Hot, 3 Neutrals, 1 ground and 1 Isolated Ground Max 16 amps for every circuit All producers have an alternate framework

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Electrical Systems Lay-in Power Base Raceway Beltline Power Ported Panel Flex Connector Programmable Receptacle

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Steelcase Answer

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Components

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Components

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Components

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Slider Doors – Barn Doors Steelcase Kick Steelcase Answer

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Haworth Compose

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Haworth Compose

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Haworth Unigroup Too

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Steelcase 9000

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Herman Miller Action Office

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Off Modular Systems Haworth Moxie with up-mount overheads, toppers and "legs" bolster closes.

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Haworth Moxie Stackable Legs Scrims

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Collaborative/Teaming Station

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Collaborative/Teaming Typicals

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