< Prestigious notary firm, Belgium

Prestigious notary firm, Belgium

Prestigious notary firm, Belgium

Arthur Holm’s Dynamic3 foldable monitor is a unique multi-position and space optimising display and it has been chosen for the meeting room of a renowned Belgian notary firm.

Belgium, 2018
Meeting Room

Built entirely of aluminium with a black edged anti-glare glass, the Dynamic3 motorised monitors offer a discreet and timeless design. Integration into furniture is extremely simple and its reduced depth makes it suitable even for open tables. It helps to optimise space and it provides elegance and versatility to the table, being easily accessible when needed.

foldable rotary monitors for meeting rooms
Monitor stylishly integrated in the table surface.
Buttons to open, close and rotate the screen.

This system is unique not only in terms of aesthetics but also in terms of functionality. The screen rises and leans, has an additional 180° rotation movement and draws back in the working surface in two different positions, with the monitor facing up or down. Its sophisticated electronics detects the screen position automatically, flipping the image accordingly. If the sensors detect any resistance, the movement is stopped to protect the user. The lifting system of the screen activates automatically the rising of the keyboard and mouse tray, so no space is lost.

foldable rotary monitors for meeting rooms
Meeting room equipped with the best AV technology.

The meeting room of this notary office has been completed with a large screen pop up lift, a video conferencing system, a content sharing solution and audio systems. A perfect room to make the best decisions.

This project has been developed together with our Belgian partner Whitemilk, a skilled and added value system integrator specialised in top-quality audio and video (AV) equipment with surprisingly innovative ICT solutions and superior design.

Arthur Holm Dynamic3

Please check out this nice integration in a notary firm in Belgium!

Posted by ArthurHolm on Wednesday, 4 April 2018

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