Free-standing and autonomous, the Arras Spine supports multiple platforms.
Users can create any combination of open plan, public or private workspaces around it. Desks, tables and tools simply slide alongside. The communal channel then services these workspaces with all the essentials and makes them easy to access and use — power, technology, tools and accessories. When needs change, components can be reconfigured quickly and easily.
Everyday necessities, such as access to power, are made easier and more satisfying by thoughtful engineering that puts user experience first.
The Arras power channel features pivot wings that open and retract smoothly into a vertical pocket, returning to the closed position with a soft reassuring click.
Democratic power access
The Arras cable tray features generous provision for at least 160 lay-in CAT cables running the entire length of Arras Spine. Power and data lines are effectively segregated and shielded, and a choice of mounting plates caters for regional or universal power outlets. The generous vertical clearance within the channel also caters for even the largest adaptor.
Mounted directly to the port, the Arras Ceiling Blade distributes power and data cables from the ceiling to the workstation.
Unobtrusively installed below eye level, the high capacity vertical riser supplies power from the floor grid to cable trays housed within the Spine.
As with the Arras Bench, the design of Arras Spine is guided and informed by the Herman Miller Design for Environment protocol. Every component can be easily disassembled for end-of-life management and no components are chemically bonded. Arras Spine does not use PVC or any other toxic material, has verifiable recycled content exceeding 50% by weight and is BIFMA X7.1 certified as a low emission product that meets indoor air quality standards.