MAXX delivers maximum features and flexibility — throughout Australasia

Instinct Furniture’s range of counters and help desks is designed with flexibility in mind and MAXX is no exception. Modern and concise, MAXX retains all the features you would expect of an Instinct counter; available in three versatile models.

At Flinders University in Adelaide, SA, four MAXX 1675’s have been installed as part of a project to create a more flexible and adaptable environment.

Height adjustable MAXX 1675 counters in the seated and standing positions at Flinders University.

Miranda Morfey, Associate Librarian, Learning and Research Services, says, “Our project is a little different in that we have not undertaken a major refurbishment; instead, we have changed our service provision model and the location. The MAXX counters allow us to work side-by side with students and give us the flexibility to move counters to other areas of the library as our needs change. While our project was relatively small in the way it did not involve any building work or refurbishment, it has had a major impact in the way we deliver services by removing the barriers. We have also been able to put our previous service desk to good use — students have now moved into this space, using the old desk with existing loose furniture, and they love it.”

At the City of Joondalup, Duncraig Library, WA, MAXX 1675 is teamed with MAXX 2100, to provide the preferred desktop space in their busy circulation area.

MAXX 2100 (seated position) and MAXX 1675 (standing position) at Duncraig Library.

MAXX 1675 and MAXX 2100 allow staff to work comfortably, either seated or standing — at an optimum and safe height. Our touch-button height adjustability encourages a comfortable and friendly exchange with customers of all levels of mobility.

MAXX features a subtly curved meeting end on one side and a ‘closed’ end on the other, allowing for the positioning of a support module, like our CASH / EFTPOS Module in between (or in this case a display stand). At Duncraig Library, MAXX is positioned in its natural ‘V’ shape to neatly fit the space, delivering maximum features and flexibility.

At The University of Auckland’s Kate Edgar Student Centre, MAXX 2000 Islands are deployed loosely in the front of house area.

MAXX 2000 Island’s at The University of Auckland’s Kate Edgar Student Centre.

Melanie Brebner, IC Group Manager, Libraries and Lending Services, says, “The MAXX 2000 Islands have opened up our helpdesk space, making it more inviting for customers. The flexibility of the workstation allows for a variety of customer interactions and better access for all.  As an added benefit, the desks provide better ergonomics for staff. Over the course of a week, 18 staff ranging in height from 5 foot to 6 foot, 5 inches are based at the desks. The ability to adjust the height of the desks and computer monitors will mean fewer posture-related injuries.”

MAXX 2000 Island is designed to be ultra-approachable with the ability to interact with customers at either end of the counter.  Sit to stand push button height adjustment adds a further dynamic ensuring MAXX will always respond intelligently to the task at hand.