Designed by Bill Stumpf and Jack Kelley

Ethospace Nurses Station

Ethospace Nurses Station in a light wood finish with transaction surface and ADA peninsula surface in white, a Verus Side Chair in blue, and Sayl Chairs in blue.

Meet the shifting demands of care

The genius of Ethospace lies in the combination of its sturdy steel frame and interchangeable tiles. Define—and redefine—how your caregiver workspace looks and performs, easily adapting to unique needs. This nurses station gives organizations the flexibility and durability to meet the shifting demands of care.

A work environment for healthcare caregivers with seated and standing height workstations and clinical station behind.

Keep It Fresh

Ethospace becomes a better value with each passing year, with a structure that outlasts trends and interchangeable tiles that change out for a different look, without the need of tools. Whether you’re reconfiguring for function or you simply want to refresh the form—there’s no need to start over.

A detail of an Ethospace panel in an ash wood finish and attached to a workstation in a white finish.

Make It Your Own

With 90-, 120-, and 135-degree planning options and a variety of height ranges, Ethospace is extremely versatile. Use it on its own or with other casework and furnishings to create diverse caregiver settings.

An Ethospace nurse station in a light wood finish, consisting of a reception desk, two-sided workstation for sitting or standing, Mora casework in matching wood, and a supply cart with blue drawers.

Tailor Your Technology

Ethospace brings power and data to the tools you use to do your work. Wires and cables sit in the space between the frames and tiles, so installation is as easy as 1, 2, 3: Set up the frames, lay in the cables, and attach the tiles.

A line drawing of Ethospace Nurses Station.


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