An essential component of the B.O.S. project is the technical space in the shape of an I. It is available in a simple configuration, that generates face-to-face or linear work-stations, or supports containers for more complex compositions. The characteristic of the L-shaped configuration is the addition of a storage unit to the technical space. Each work-station thus becomes technologically independent, allowing a wide typology of spatial configurations, single or multiple. In the T-shaped configuration, the work-stations share the technical space frontally, whereas the addition of two storage units to the technical space allows individual arrangements. In the S-shaped configuration, the workstations are alternated. This configuration offers increased advantages for a linear herring-bone configuration, for a better optimization of the work area. The Y-shaped configuration is the most complex arrangement it is possible to create with the B.O.S. system. The triple technical space in fact allows the generation of “star-shaped” configurations for operative cores and call centers.
B.O.S. is an operative program, dedicated to the contemporary office, which allows maximum configuration flexibility. The fundamental core of the project is the central technical space (level 1), made out of powder-painted metal and designed to hold electric and computed wiring, that can generate an almost infinite range of single or shared double workspaces, that may be personalized with various typologies of desktops (level 2), drawers and storage units. There is also the possibility of a vertical development (level 3), created by panels available in two heights and connected to the central technical space, which features aluminum tracks that can be equipped with shelves, lighting and other accessories. B.O.S. also features rectangular desks with leg structures made out of cone-shaped steel tubes, at a fixed or adjustable height. There are seven forms of desktops in B.O.S, which offer great versatility for personalizing the workstations. The desktops are fastened to the technical space by two spacers and this solution contributes to creating an impression of lightness. The technical space also substitutes the leg supports, so that only half of them are needed, for a significant economic savings. Rectangle: conceived for single or face-to-face workstations, it can be sustained by four leg structures in cone-shaped steel tubes, at a fixed or adjustable height, or by two leg structures and the support of the technical space. Delta: conceived for single work islands or for multiple configurations. It features a leg made of a cone-shaped steel tube with a fixed or adjustable height and a pair of supports to fasten it to the technical space.