Steelcase, Migration SE Pro, Height-adjustable Desk, Office furniture, Ergonomic furniture, Modern workstations, Next generation desking platform

Steelcase introduces new generation of height-adjustable desking platform

Migration SE Pro includes various configurations to support application requirements from individual to group settings.

Steelcase Asia Pacific introduced Migration SE Pro, a next-generation height-adjustable desking platform, delivering a new level of performance and choice that will inspire and enable new expression in the workplace.
Samantha Giam, director, Product Marketing of Steelcase Asia Pacific said: “Designed by Steelcase’s APAC Innovation Team based in Hong Kong, Migration SE Pro will empower designers to re-imagine height-adjustable desking by leveraging the comprehensive kit of components and the new and exciting palette of colors and finishes.”

At its core, Migration SE Pro has a platform beam that provides a trio of functions, firstly as structural support for the work surface as well as housing the high performance components in a precise fit to reduce sound emission from reverberation. And lastly, it keeps all cables house neatly within the chassis. This design innovation enables a seamless and remarkably silent transition for users between sit to stand postures. A new anti-collision mechanism ensures the worksurface will rebound when there is obstruction at any location below the surface.

Supporting cool to warm color palette, Migration SE Pro includes an extended selection of work surfaces laminates such as Warm Elm and new paint finishes including seven renaissance colors, which mean resident spaces can be more appealing and welcoming for individuals and teams.

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