Naòs System is a workstation furniture set by UniFor that redefines the traditional concept of office space. Designed by Studio Cerri & Associati, Naòs System incorporates a sense of sophistication while providing functional workspace features. With modular elements, Naòs System is highly flexible and customizable, making it ideal for dynamic multi-functional office spaces.
UniFor's Naòs System features a primary monolithic table made of anodized aluminum available in various sizes, shapes, and colors. The horizontal frame is supported by four legs at each corner, with additional intermediate supports at the center. With rectangular, square, or L-shape configurations, Naòs System can be personalized to distinct office spaces.
Doors located in the middle or at the sides of the table open out 180° and allow for access to general storage compartments and electrical wiring space throughout the desk and leg. Naòs System tables can be combined and positioned side by side for larger offices that require ample workspace, enabling a collaborative and interactive work environment.
The central table is characterized by an LED light fixture positioned along the center of the table. Made with painted aluminum profiles, the light fixture is supported by slender uprights that also provide cable housing. Network connections are provided through channels between the cable tray, below the table and the uprights, and at the center of the table.
The rectangular, square, and L-shape tables are developed based on three basic modules: 150 x 150 cm, 180 x 180 cm, and 210 x 210 cm, in groups with two, four, six, or eight workstations, etc.
To complement this, a series of individual desks made with the same finishes and structural characteristics is conceived for executive offices and small meetings.
Naòs System by UniFor also includes practical solutions for library spaces located on top of its executive desks and workstations. These modular tables, which feature a built-in light directed at the tabletop, are available in a range of different sizes and can also be positioned side by side. Cable management systems or electrified legs ensure that technological devices are fully compatible without compromising the elegance and discretion required in a library space.