Client: Mercury Financial
Purpose: 120-degree dogbone configurations for more space.
Location: Austin, Texas
Description: A trendy 120-degree dogbone workstation configuration earmarks this financial firm’s open area space with style and ergonomic function. Sit to stand surfaces with added frosted glass screens allow for ultimate user comfortability to adjust their workspace to fit their needs. In addition, the 120-degree angle, commonly found in nature, keeps all items within reach, increasing efficiency and productivity. Originally introduced by Herman Miller in 1999, designer Ayse Birsel created “Resolve” a system line focused on the natural environment and how people work. Since then, several other manufacturers have created a 120-degree solution as well, such as the AIS Divid Panel System, used on this project.
Project Team: Heather Parauka
Featured Products: AIS Divi
Virtual Tour of Mercury Financial