Watson Miro Office Furniture Collection - Form, Function, and Efficiency
For Those That Prefer A Departure From The Traditional
from Watson Desking is a new class of office furniture developed for
progressive organizations whose executives, managers, and other leaders
seek a superior alternative to conventional office case goods. In
addition to its refined, sophisticated styling, unique blend of
environmentally preferable finish materials, and impeccable fit and
finish qualities, Miro offers unmatched specification flexibility to
satisfy a broad range of tastes and functional requirements. This inherent agility delivers advantages for organizations while helping
them attract the best and brightest personnel who are not looking to
work in the furniture of past generations.
|For the modern private office and meeting spaces, Miro’s style, unique
blend of materials and flexibility are designed to resonate with a new
generation of leaders.|
Open Office Designs
- The value of Miro lies in its departure from outdated private office furniture desks. This includes aesthetic advantages arising from new materials and construction methods, configuration superiority derived from modularity, and remarkable cost efficiency. Miro’s most striking
aspect, however, is the emotional connection it can create with
designers and end users unaccustomed to product offerings with this
level of visual impact and common sense.
Stylish Finishes - Miro’s strong blend of
environmentally preferred materials, advanced design for today’s
technologies, and broad range of styles and price points place the
offering in a unique position in the marketplace. Take a look at the
many sustainable finishes offered for Watson's Miro Collection. Click
this link for Miro Finishes.
Sophisticated Visual Presence - While Miro
offers substantial functional advantages, the offering makes an
aesthetic statement that is at once sophisticated and refreshing,
traditional and contemporary, lightweight and solid. Exceedingly
balanced and well proportioned, Miro’s handsome horizontal lines
accentuate its rich materials and convey an uncommon sense of honesty
and refinement. It’s relaxed, professional bearing connects intimately
with the energized, young-at-heart segment of the workforce sought by
all progressive organizations.
Acquisition and Application
While Miro presents a rich aesthetic, it occupies a unique niche in the
furniture market that is substantially below the cost of traditional
executive office products. In addition to lower cost of acquisition,
Miro furniture is far more durable, easier to install, and less
expensive to maintain than many private office offerings.
Environmentally Preferred Materials - For
all its aesthetic quality and economic value, Miro also provides a
refreshing level of sustainability advantages. All standard laminates
are GreenGuard certified, all steel and wood substrates are high in
recycled content, and the durability of the product extends its life for
long-term re-use in a variety of applications. Learn more about
Watson's commitment to the environment in the Stewardship section of the
Made in America - For
50 years, Watson Furniture Group has demonstrated an unwavering
commitment to quality manufacturing, outstanding customer service, and
corporate responsibility—toward employees, neighbors, and the
Sustainable Advantage - Watson is committed to “doing good” rather than simply “feeling good”. Looking beyond superficial concepts and flashy but questionable approaches, Watson takes pride in finding practical and economical solutions to sourcing recycled materials and manufacturing sustainable products using environmentally sound processes.
This practical environmental philosophy permeates all facets of its business, from our low-impact facility and manufacturing processes to our use of recycled materials in every design. In the end, they have an obligation to serve our customers without sacrificing the environment they will leave behind for our children.
Miro desks float above a stylized base formed from triangular tubing elegantly mitered at the corners.
Miro offers substantial functional advantages and the offering makes a sophisticated, personalized aesthetic statement.
Flexible modular elements form a unique palette for designers to transform ordinary space into an extraordinary office
Miro Private Office Configuration - MT25
Standard Laminate Surface
Click the images below to take a look at our other popular Miro office configurations.
Watson Miro - MT2
Watson Miro - MT4
Watson Miro - MT25
Watson Desking is a nationally-distributed US manufacturer of European-inspired office furnishings. Watson offers a broad range of modular, free-standing products that embody the principles of adjustability, space-efficient shapes, and design for emergent technologies. Utilizing materials with high recycled content and low emissions, Watson Desking provides furniture solutions that can help customers meet their own environmental initiatives, including LEED certification.
CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT
Watson Desking products are protected during shipping with reusable blankets and wood pallets that are either returned to the factory or retained by the delivery company. This diverts construction debris from the project site, and allows the packaging to either be recycled or reused by the manufacturer.
Projects within 500 miles from our manufacturing facility in Poulsbo, WA, benefit from our location and use of regionally sourced materials.
RAPIDLY RENEWABLE MATERIALS
The Watson Studio design modification process can be used to specify core and surface materials meeting the 10 year maximum harvest cycle for this credit.
All Watson Desking board suppliers participate in the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), as well as provide material certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). LEED projects seeking this credit can specify FSC certified core material through our Studio design process.
INNOVATION IN DESIGN
Up to three LEED points can be earned for providing exceptional performance above LEED credit standards. Customers using the Watson Studio design modification process can specify products and materials that meet the design intent for this credit area.
REGIONAL PRIORITY CREDITS
LEED 2009 introduced this new area with the intent to highlight geographically important issues. These credits are not new, but rather existing credits within the rating systems and are specific to a project’s location, based on zip code (see usgbc.org). Projects earning any 4 of the 6 specified credits (1 bonus point each) can receive a total maximum of 4 points in this area.