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New Project Update! City of Hope

Project Details
Designer: Gensler Los Angels
Size of Project: 800 Workstations
Location: Irwindale, CA

Solutions Provided: Thanks to City of Hope -  National Leader in Cancer Treatment and Research, and our partners this project included 800 M3 Enhanced system workstations that  provided storage options, ergonomic integrity, and space utilization to help ensure comfort as well as productivity of all employees.

Most of the stations feature frameless frosted glass and 1” thick enhanced option Ecore panel, used to divide workstations.  ODS and its partners had to face tight delivery and installation schedules and of course work with on a strict budget,  at the same time delivering world-class furniture solutions to the world-class organization.  COH project was delivered on schedule, built in record time in one month of August with zero punch list.  Once again, thank you City of Hope, Gensler, our dealer and our installation crew for such an amazing and rewarding project!

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New Project Update!  Anton & Chia, LLP

Project Details
Designer: In house
Size of Project: 30 Workstations
Location: Newport Beach, CA

Solutions Provided: Thanks to Anton & Chia, LLP - one of the fastest growing CPA firms in the county with international presence, and our partners this project included 30 M3 system workstations that  provided storage  and ergonomic solutions together with  space utilization to help ensure comfort as well as productivity of all employees.
Most of the stations feature frameless clear glass and RTF – Rigid Thermofoil – tiles to floor option, providing clean look to stations exterior without showing raceway covers.  ODS tile to floor option still allows power applications where necessary, featuring tile to floor option on the outside and regular raceway on the inside of M3 panels.   RTF – Rigid Thermofoil tiles will have endless variety of color options and more durable and cost-effective compared to wood tiles.
Again, the project was delivered on time, on the budget and with zero punch list.

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http://www.officedesignstudio.com/anton---chia.html
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New Project Update! City of Hope

Project Details
Designer: Gensler Los Angels
Size of Project: 800 Workstations
Location: Irwindale, CA

Solutions Provided: Thanks to City of Hope -  National Leader in Cancer Treatment and Research, and our partners this project included 800 M3 Enhanced system workstations that  provided storage options, ergonomic integrity, and space utilization to help ensure comfort as well as productivity of all employees.

Most of the stations feature frameless frosted glass and 1” thick enhanced option Ecore panel, used to divide workstations.  ODS and its partners had to face tight delivery and installation schedules and of course work with on a strict budget,  at the same time delivering world-class furniture solutions to the world-class organization.  COH project was delivered on schedule, built in record time in one month of August with zero punch list.  Once again, thank you City of Hope, Gensler, our dealer and our installation crew for such an amazing and rewarding project!

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http://www.officedesignstudio.com/city-of-hope.html
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New Project Update!  Anton & Chia, LLP

Project Details
Designer: In house
Size of Project: 30 Workstations
Location: Newport Beach, CA

Solutions Provided: Thanks to Anton & Chia, LLP - one of the fastest growing CPA firms in the county with international presence, and our partners this project included 30 M3 system workstations that  provided storage  and ergonomic solutions together with  space utilization to help ensure comfort as well as productivity of all employees.
Most of the stations feature frameless clear glass and RTF – Rigid Thermofoil – tiles to floor option, providing clean look to stations exterior without showing raceway covers.  ODS tile to floor option still allows power applications where necessary, featuring tile to floor option on the outside and regular raceway on the inside of M3 panels.   RTF – Rigid Thermofoil tiles will have endless variety of color options and more durable and cost-effective compared to wood tiles.
Again, the project was delivered on time, on the budget and with zero punch list.

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http://www.officedesignstudio.com/anton---chia.html
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NEW PRODUCT!! 

When the working environment becomes more complex, the need for simplicity increases. Simplicity of design and simplicity of handling are key aspects of a users’ behavior.

The principle of Klug is both simple and clever: creating something that is both functional and beautiful yet it is able to provide a clear and harmonious working environment.

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Weisst du was klug ist? Bist du klug genug?
You know what's clever? Are you clever enough
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NEW PRODUCT! Check out our new ergonomic chair KAYA
Pursuit of perfection.

Office work is on the move and requires a high level of flexibility – in terms of interiors, application concepts, processes and people. The most effective solution is a task chair that is ergonomically correct for every user. One that can be operated intuitively and conveniently while the user remains seated.

The calm, understated design ensures that Kaya is a perfect fit in any environment too. Not only office staff, company doctors and facility managers will welcome Kaya, but also design consultants and specifiers. A perfect synthesis of healthy sitting and aesthetic excellence
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