By shifting away from horizontal supply systems in service cells for media distribution to vertical supply systems at each individual workstation, we have created laboratory workstations that are independent of each other. This allows for spontaneous reconfiguration of lab space and true lexibility in the lab.
Media supplies in our laboratory furniture are designed as plug-in connections and are delivered fully tested. The media interfaces to the building can be simply designed as media ducts, electrical cubes, and many other conceivable variants.
Flexibility can be further enhanced using special ceiling panels with media interfaces residing in usual ceiling grids, inasmuch as the relocation of these media panels opens up further possibilities in the division of laboratory space.
Our laboratory furniture system thus allows changes by users at any stage of the laboratory construction project, from when planning begins, to initial operation and beyond, in the daily laboratory routine.
By designing open work areas, the different available spaces can merge smoothly into one another. This creates visibility, promotes communication and interaction, and generates a new kind of collaboration.