The project of a mobile office partition - “BOX” workplace was developed by a group of young architects and designers Irina Gavrilyuk, Valentina Androsovich and Ilya Kryukov.
The project is based on the idea of maximum customization of both the surrounding space and the workplace. The essence of the idea is as follows: the functionality of the office space is not limited by the configuration of stationary partitions, the location of workplaces and their number. Initially, preliminary preparation of the office premises is required. For this, a suspended structure is assembled - a grid of guides along which the partitions move to the desired place. Subsequently, the configuration of the office at any time can be changed in accordance with requests.
Various segments of mobile partitions can be used to form space and workplaces. We offer 3 main types: partition-partition, partition-bookcase, partition-workplace. The latter is elaborated in detail.
When folded, it takes up a minimum of space; when unfolded, it provides two full-fledged workstations with pull-out tables, shelves, monitors and system units.
Also, by attaching several such partitions to one another, you can get a huge table for conferences, corporate evenings, etc.
Each segment of the partition moves freely along the guides and can rotate around its axis. Electricity is supplied to the equipment through the guides, which eliminates the need to pull wires to the nearest outlet.
The project won first place in the Bene Office Furniture 2010 competition.