Style & Stealth: Seamless Tech Integration Through Design

Style & Stealth: Seamless Tech Integration Through Design

November 29, 2017

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Crafting a beautiful and functional design for any space requires considerable thought and planning; being aware of how certain technology is used (or will be used in the future) in your office is important to be mindful of when choosing certain office pieces and sculpting full office environments.

When you view technology as something that should be integrated into your overall office design rather than something to merely ‘work around’, the possibilities for what can be created are endless. Tech startups are a great place to draw inspiration from as they tend to be on the cutting edge of utilizing technology with the product/services they offer as part of the brand their building.

“Good lighting is obviously functional, but it can also serve as a piece of fine art and simultaneously allow for the adjustability of ambient or functional task lighting.” (Louise Hart, gq.com)

Complimenting functional lighting are desks and tables that are able to seamlessly integrate mobile devices for improved use. The DatesWeiser Highline Fifty Conference Table with Table-top technology by Knoll is a great example of this, and just one of the ways we here at Burovision can help to better optimize your office!



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