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Bralco | UBI Take Off, the easy way at the office

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UBI (storage operating system) TAKE OFF (work tables collection) is an up-to-date modular office system, dynamic and highly customisable, suitable for the organization of every environment: operational, managerial and reception spaces.

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The coloured, creative and customisable UBI modular storage elements collection can be developed horizontally and vertically and can be assembled according to taste and needs, obtaining a high level of customisation of shapes, colours and accessories. In this way, the libraries, storage systems, service furniture and containers become versatile partition elements and bases for the worktops.

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UBI – TAKE OFF offers a very high level of flexibility in the integration of the elements, allowing movable furnishing solutions which can be modified based on the user’s specific needs. In fact, thanks to a sliding system, the work configurations can be modified in an easy and fast way, by creating single or shared work stations with different widths leaning on the M10 containers with sliding doors (patented model) or rapidly transforming all the elements into a large and practical meeting table. It is an “horizontal” concept, without walls or partitions, which favours the communication and relationships between people, in line with the modern office trends.

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TAKE OFF poses great attention also to the rationalization of shapes and functions: the module features also invisible cable housing and the possibility of integrating the light sources. Furthermore, it features cutting-edge acoustics solutions.

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Finishing: Varnished (12 colours), melamine and metacrylate (4 colours) storage systems. Melamine desks.
Dimensions:  Several different dimensions and possible combinations available.

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Location: Treviso, Italy
Producer: Bralco Office Furniture
Designer: Perin & Topan
 
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