My first experience with Incipio was a quick overview with the designer. We discussed what the scope of the project was and the overall design intent of the workstations. As always seems to be the case, this order came in during a busy time and like most of our projects was put on the fast track. So after my quick review with my team on the project I thought I had a good handle on what the design was all about and jumped right into it.
There were about 5 different stations in all and each had their own difficulties. Weather it was the glass panels (always a headache) or making sure that the end panels and work surface related together in the right way, I think the most difficult intent behind almost all the stations were the varying heights of the staggered surfaces and making sure that all the parts worked together in as few different parts as possible.
Whenever creating a custom solution for a client there is a lot of details to handle both in the field and in the design and engineering. Whatever the clients need our Studio team can rise to the occasion and provide a hands on experience to make sure their area stands out. Overall the project was a good experience that would leave me with helpful tricks to use and some inspiration on possible design details in the future.
Above picture is of our benching system solution for this job. On this project one of our details in the workstations was the unique way that the end panel integrated with the top work surface. Another great solution is the integrated wire manager to help conceal all the cords and have a clean appearance.