CHICAGO–KI’s new Unite™ system, an integrated, flexible solution that works together for all the ways people work, debuts at KI’s NeoCon showroom, #1181. Delivering a highly-refined visual language based upon simplicity of form, the versatile Unite system brings together components such as movable walls, storage, tables, seating and accessories to create a unique workspace.

“By bringing together furniture and other design elements into a single system, Unite makes it easy to meet each user’s specific functional and aesthetic requirements across all markets,” said Jonathan Webb, vice president of business markets, KI. “By accommodating a variety of work styles and environments, Unite is responsive to current and emerging space planning needs and adapts to changes in workplace environments such as smaller footprints, energy awareness, increased air circulation and daylighting.”

Unite’s simple statement of line supports four types of planning modules: storage-based, traditional systems, desking and loose furniture. The versatility of Unite makes it the perfect solution for a wide range of applications and environments that require flexibility in the workspace.

Unite offers a simple approach to systems solutions with preassembled panel frames and lay-in tiles, which make the product easier and more intuitive to plan, specify and price and allow for a faster, quieter installation. Unite features a tower-based configuration that accommodates more papers, books, and reports in less space and keeps panel heights low so more sunshine can stream in.

KI manufactures innovative furniture and wall system solutions for education, healthcare, government and corporate markets. The employee-owned company is headquartered in Green Bay, Wis. and operates sales offices and manufacturing facilities in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe and Asia. KI tailors products and service solutions to the specific needs of each customer through its unique design and manufacturing philosophy. For more information, visit www.ki.com/neocon

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