Three H introduces a unique advance in height-adjustable workstations

Three H has announced the official launch of its new sit-stand program called UpSide at NeoCon East.

UpSide? It’s a set of component options that allow customers to incorporate a height-adjustable worksurface into any Three H product line from open plan to private office.

Proprietary to Three H is a custom design that integrates movable worksurfaces cleanly and efficiently within its one-inch panel system without the need for base feet. That not only allows for increased space and lateral movement for the user, but it also permits the option to integrate cabinets within the workstations.

UpSide also features surface screen options for freestanding tables, and a knife edge and solid wood edge options on top of its 1 and 3mm PVC edge choices.

Says Brian Conlin, COO at Three H, “ We specifically to set out to improve on the basic notion of height-adjustable worksurfaces. By developing our own method to integrate sitstand into our complete product range specifically within our one-inch panel system, we are giving our customers more design choices in a very efficient and elegant system.”

Two adjustable electronic mechanisms are available. Offering a maximum range of 23 to 49 inches in height, LED display, memory positions and an anticollision sensor option.

UpSide works in all Three H product lines, which have been professionally designed and developed in North America by Jean Bourassa ADIQ and Three H: MultiStations OS panel system; Create Office Platform – private office to open plan; Premiere Series – private office; and Wall Tiles – wall panel system (to be launched in December 2014).


Built on a tradition of European craftsmanship combined with innovative technology, Three H has been crafting office furniture that bridges the gap between custom and mass for more than 35 years. Three H’s unique design process gives clients the advantage of a tailored solution, but without the delays and high costs typically associated with going custom.

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