Workplaces demonstrate increased demand for lockers

A new trend in office design is on the rise. Workplaces have demonstrated increased demand for lockers to serve a broad range of functions that’s not only beneficial to the shrinking office space with fewer desks, but also to the co-working model.

Companies such as Teknion, Inscape, and Office Specialty are meeting this demand for increased flexibility with lockers that are defining spaces to collaborate or relax.

Teknion, Medium and Low Lockers

Designed for a workplace of renewed purpose and productivity, Teknion Lockers offer practical solutions to store personal items and work tools. Suited to any spatial context, the lockers are available in a range of customized sizes and configurations. Where security is requisite, Teknion Lockers can be equipped with a variety of mechanical or digital locks which use a range of locking technologies.

Inscape Cubbi-Stor with e-Locks

Inscape’s lockers and towers are equipped to hold coats, shoes, tech, and more. The Cubbi-Stor can be outfitted with eLocks for multi-use day locker/workstation, and it provides personal storage space for shared environments.

Office Specialty Nuform Lockers with digital e-Locks

Nuform Lockers offer flexibility for small or large secure storage needs, available with standard locks or eLocks, and allow for extreme customization (choose from 64 standard metal front colors or 32 accent colors).

Made in North America, Nuform fronts are available in a variety of colours and textures (solids, patterns, marble, concrete, and woodgrain). The eLocks unlock with a code or Smartphone App, and they come in two styles: Dead Bolt style or Slam style, and two eLock types: Multi-use (e.g., company employee) or Single-use (e.g., hotel safe). 

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