Mount a TV for video conferencing or collaborative meetings. Wires tuck neatly behind a removable panel to the credenza. The back panel is finished to allow unit to be used as a space divider in open concept spaces.
As graduate of Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, Jim Contois began his career designing architectural building products at Armstrong World Industries. Soon after, his focus turned to contract furniture where he was a designer for KI before moving on to manage Industrial Design at Allsteel. Since 2008 he has managed his own studio and has developed products for a range of markets including office, education, health care, retail, scientific and residential. His clients include SurfaceWorks, Arcadia, Indiana Furniture, HON, Ghent, Trendway, Valley Design, Allsteel, ArtcoBell, and CCN.
Jim believes that his role is to balance the interests of the manufacturer, the designer and the end user in ways that create desirable products in the marketplace. In his work he emphasizes simplicity, materials, and proportion while elevating the end users’ experience.
In addition to product development, Jim has worked with clients on product planning, market development, marketing materials and showroom design.