Bene think beyond the box. Spectacular appearanceBene’s new module box brings colour and light into the office. An additional storage element, it structures the space and enables views that foster communication across the workplace.
Design: Christian Horner, Johannes Scherr, Kai Stania
The module box is an eye catching and practical storage accessory that sets new standards for stor-age furniture. Available in a large variety of colours and different materials the module box provides an interesting accent to the office furniture introducing contrasts and encouraging communication. The module box has numerous design options. As a storage element it is either directly connected to cabi-nets, placed on an elegant metal skid rack or mounted on the wall or shelves. Distinctive bevelled edges optically reduce its size. It comes in different designs: as an open element, with a back piece made of translucent perspex or closed with sliding doors. As a free-standing object or as a communica-tion table with pillars the module box is ideal for informal meetings and short breaks. A slightly raised version facilitates working in a standing position. Its versatile design confers a range of different office applications.
Rhythm in space.
The module box concept offers a multitude of design options for open-plan offices, allowing views and vistas across the workplace. Its development was spurred by the need to structure open work environ-ments with compact layouts. Arranged in a row, the module boxes create a distinctive character, clearly dividing and delineating the space.
Bene’s module box is so versatile that it runs the gamut from individual work stations; open offices through to compact office layouts; from exclusive executive offices to wall elements. The carefully con-sidered compatibility of the individual parts offers customised solutions. Space can be individually shaped for the user, whilst still expressing corporate identity. Designing space becomes an experience.
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