Client: Proximo Spirits
Location: Jersey City
Team: John Lawler, Tara Milcznski, Sandra Acosta
After two years of renting furniture from Arenson, Proximo Spirits struggled to keep up with rapidly growing storage needs. In addition, high workstation panels were obscuring the unique architecture of the building. Proximo was committed to creating a new layout that provided a cleaner aesthetic with full functionality and less visible clutter.
Arenson found that employees had storage that were inadequate in both type and amount. Many of the employees ended up putting storage on the worksurface. Arenson chose Knoll’s Template line of storage and provided monitor arms and keyboard/mouse trays to clear the work-surface and enable proper ergonomics for the user.
In addition, Arenson created collaborative areas that had not existed before. Arenson installed small meeting tables throughout the shared workstations as well as an informal break area that was able to accommodate 20 people. The informal break area consisted of tables with Knoll tops and foldable legs to allow for mobility.