Dams has launched Connex, a new bench desking solution, designed and manufactured as an ideal modular system for high density office spaces, in the UK by Dams.
As bench solutions are becoming more popular and mainstream in open plan offices, the Connex range has been developed in response to modern office design and is a more cost effective alternative to the popular Adapt II benching solution available from Dams.
Connex bench desking is based on one principle of simplicity and offers a choice of classic tried and tested configurations, from a single desk to hundreds of workstations in a wide variety of sizes, to fit any office space. Assembly per cluster has been made quick and easy through its highly engineered parts which further increase the system’s functionality.
Chris Scott, Managing Director of Dams said, “the central point to any workspace is the desk, and choosing the right desk is important to ensure the user is not only comfortable but that the business needs are met with ease. Connex offers a clean and minimal look to the workplace. The legs can be shared between bench clusters, which not only look aesthetically pleasing, but save space and decreases costs, whilst incorporating very effective cable management.”
Horizontal and vertical cable management allows cables to rise up from the floor via single leg and mass cable risers, which improves office aesthetics and safety. Each desktop has 2 cable access ports in the 25mm tops allowing wires to pass directly through to the cable tray and risers to ensure complete cable control.
Desktops are available in five finishes, with a choice of screen styles, sizes and colours to complement the range, and the foundation of Connex is a powder coated square steel framework, finished in silver or white.
Chris added, “Connex bench desking is featured in the new Dams Furniture Guide 2017 which is our biggest and most exciting catalogue to date, and with a comprehensive product range of over 3,500 products, Dams can offer a one stop solution for all your workplace needs.”