Rusty Jenkins used contemporary elements like frosted glass panels to divide an open space into distinct work areas. Cubicle areas include custom storage modules and benching pieces that include platinum finished air flow panels. Unique partition wall fabrics enhance the high-tech, modern space.
Because the project was part of a LEED certification, Rusty made sure that the furniture was produced sustainably. The products he installed were manufactured by Global, Trendway and Mayline.
Shared conference and training spaces were designed so that they could be reconfigured for any application. They’re enclosed in floor-to-ceiling glass and have oversized sliding doors.