Lockers, here with tambour doors, give you a lot of storage space without taking up a lot of room.
A variety of locker and cart configurations organize supplies in clean core areas for efficient stocking and processing.
A surgical department's communications hub created with flexible systems products makes reconfiguration easy as new equipment or other updates require.

Application Story

You can trace the roots of modern furniture design in the U.S. to one person: Gilbert Rhode. As our first Design Director in 1931, he convinced our founder D.J. De Pree to switch from producing ornate reproductions to making "modern" furniture. "You're not making furniture anymore," he later told De Pree, "you're providing a way of life."