Client: Burgiss Group
Architect: Demetri Sarantitis Architects
This project exemplifies the range of design and engineering support Milder Office can provide its clients. For the Burgiss Group, a developer of investment tools, we provided distinct workstation products including quads, hoteling stations for transitional workers, reception service and private offices.
We routinely develop new solutions that respond to the way our clients work, in this case developing a long banks of shared workstations for the trading floor with staggered seats and low partitions to facilitate communication between the analysts while keeping their screen private.
The architects asked us to develop a glass partition system that would integrate some of the existing site finishes while maintaining the overall look of the Milder Furniture System. Cherry sills and frosted glass elements were matched in the final partition design.
At left, our quad workstation specified with pedestals, shared pin-surface (partition), cpu holder, and monitor stand.
MIT Tech Review
Architect: C & J Katz Architects
The MIT Tech Review’s offices offer a space that is responsive to the varied needs of its staff, from private offices, to an art room, to a newsroom hub’ that offers privacy without the cubicle. The newsroom, the anchor of this open floor plan, support easy flow and connections throughout the space through clever placement ‘L’ shaped units that integrate a single pedestal workstation with storage unit. Varying partition heights allow for longer sightlines while maintaining some privacy.
Double pedestal workstations in white HPL laminate.
The MIT Tech Review art room includes large tables to display magazine proofs.
Private office with two single pedestal workstations.
The project features glass markerboards for use at small group meeting, and partitions the team from the adjoining workstations. The integrated lateral storage unit adds stability.
Custom designed for MITTR these units integrate a single pedestal workstation with storage unit. Varying partition heights allow for longer sightlines while maintaining some privacy.
Cafe tables with pedestal base, and square or round tops, are available in a variety sizes and finishes. The melanin film-faced plywood is available in a variety of colors including: natural birch (clear), red, blue, yellow, blue, and dark brown. High pressure laminate is also available. Customization is our strength, let us know if you have particular size requirements. The standard height is 29″. Round cafe tables with pedestal.
LITTLE Office (NC)
Architect: LITTLE Architecture
LITTLE is an architectural firm that came to Milder Office to overhaul their 10,000SF offices in Durham, NC. Our furniture system allowed the client to tailor products to their specific needs while maintaining a cohesive aesthetic throughout.
Clients have specialized needs, LITTLE wanted oversized desktops that could support the way they worked and could accommodate architectural plans. Milder also furnished conference tables, workstations for private offices, a variety of storage options, lounge furniture, as well as a custom kitchen. A mix of pre-finished plywood colors were specified throughout the space to great effect.
The AIA Orlando Chapter awarded a Merit Award to the LITTLE Durham office. The jury commended the project’s successful interiors reuse project for being “restraint with a minimalist approach and strong interior furniture elements”.
Large quad workstations with pedestals (custom).
Conference table in red pre-finished plywood.
Custom kitchen island and cabinetry.
Mobile worktables are often reconfigured in the space to support events.