Designed by Robert Reuter and Charles Rozier
Fixed Equals Flexible
Currents is designed to support technology while simultaneously facilitating change. The service wall accommodates unlimited lay-in cable distribution anywhere on the face of the stud wall-like structure
Cables are accessible behind removable covers, even with wall-mounted components
Design That Adapts
Currents is designed for versatility, a comprehensive system that creates high-performance open plan, teaming and private office areas. Currents also integrates seamlessly with Knoll systems panels, worksurfaces and storage to enhance performance. Mobility and flexibility are inherent in the spine wall
Planning Freedom Equals User Control
Off-module planning enhances design flexibility
Add-up panels facilitate privacy
Tables, desks and storage are available on casters for quick reconfiguration
Crank-adjustable large table desks offer versatility
Mobile screens define space
Outlets above or below worksurface, up to four duplex outlets every 12”, or in the base of the wall
Lay in cable distribution without removing attached panels, worksurfaces or storage
Currents and Sustainable Design Manufactured using clean technology, including water-based adhesives, powder coating on metal, powder coating on wood and UV-cured wood coating, all of which are virtually VOC-free
Available in FSC-certified composite wood
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Dedece offers a take-back policy on all our items, whether commercial or residential, to reduce the amount of furniture going to landfill.
Most Knoll products have a second or more lifetime usage capability so we have arrangements with organisations that are willing to take & use our second-hand furniture.
We have also found ways to recycle plastics, timbers & metals when the furniture can no longer be used.
Reuter, Robert born 1950 Birthplace: USA He lives and works as a designer on the north shore of Long Island. Reuter has served as an adjunct faculty in industrial design at Tech for many years. After earning a degree in architecture from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Robert Reuter spent three years developing the Morrison office system for Knoll with Andrew Morr... More