Dams has launched Fuze, a new desk range with a solid oak leg frame and co-ordinated desktop finish options, designed to provide a modern, stylish twist on bench desking.
Fuze desks look to create a less corporate modern office, blending the best of European design with the highest workmanship standards to span a wide range of applications and support the most creative of workspaces.
Aiming to expertly combine comfort, style and functionality, Fuze features solid oak legs that are built to last, durable 25mm desktops available in white with two edging options, with a white steel framework for enhanced strength and stability. Each desk has three scalloped cutouts in the tops allowing cables to pass directly through to the shared cable trays and cable risers to ensure complete cable control, improving office aesthetics and safety.
Increasingly, businesses are moving away from dedicated single employee workspaces, towards more flexible working environments, and bench desk systems are the solution for high density open plan workplaces.
Chris Scott, Managing Director of Dams said, "selecting the right office furniture, which reflects a company’s brand values and embraces smart working practices, can only contribute to a more effective and efficient workplace, increasing employee wellbeing, productivity and positive change. The Fuze office furniture collection has been designed to present your company in the best possible way, making a bold visual statement in any office landscape and offering everything employees need to be inspired and productive.”
Fuze is also available as a range of modular meeting tables and can be extended with add-on units with a recessed leg positioned in the centre of the tables. Using the latest technology, Fuze boardroom tables can also be transformed into interactive and inspiring workspaces using integrated power and data modules.
Fuze bench desks and boardroom tables sit alongside Dams best-selling ranges in the new Dams Furniture Guide 2018 which is the company’s biggest and most exciting catalogue to date packed with over 4,500 products.