With the increase of digital working and advancements in data storage, the need for physical storage systems in the office may seem in decline. However, with ongoing advancements and innovations in the way the office functions and its changing nature into the future, office storage too is changing, adapting to new ways in which we need it and providing more valuable and functional solutions to more than just storage. We take a look at the Storagewall system from our trusted partner Spacestor to understand what this unique system has to offer…
Highly adaptable and modular – An easily reconfigured space-dividing storage system
Open plan areas need careful, detailed space planning to be adaptable and flexible to all working styles. Zoning is a popular solution, for example, more open areas of the office become collaborative zones, while more enclosed, sound-proof areas become private meeting spaces. Combined with this is the need for storage within a landscape that is constantly changing and being reconfigured. As a solid, space-dividing solution, the storagewall is a highly adaptable, modular system which can be easily reconfigured to suit the confines of any space. Examples include adaptations to make space for screens or whiteboards for the use in meeting rooms, or integrated soft seating to create a small breakout zone.
Not only is the storagewall relocatable, but the interchangeable modules it’s built of make it suited to the functionality of any space. For example, with the growing shift towards personal storage, a standard shelving module could be replaced in time with a locker module. It’s a system for life that can be continually upgraded as the workspace changes and it’s sustainable and highly space-efficient using the full height of any space. Available in many finishes, it blends in with the design scheme of any interior.
Looking for an effective and future-proof storage solution? Get in touch with one of the team today to discuss: email@example.com | +44 (0)28 9442 5200
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