Posts Tagged ‘bactericidal’

Unprecedented Flexibility

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011


Dare to be unique and different!


School of Visual Arts, Manhattan, NY

This famous clay modeling studio had several challenges. All the millwork and furniture needed to fit in this small footprint and the need to reconfigure for multiple uses and product sustainability were key requirements. Our versatile Modular Millwork product was able to provide the perfect solution and solve all the challenges while maintaining a sleek, modern style the studio desired.


Modular Millwork provides unprecedented flexibility!


The tables feature lockable casters giving the ultimate flexibility to reconfigure the room for presentations, work groups or project display, and can be stored out of the way for an open environment. Each work table contains a pop-up power/data outlet and an under mounted stainless steel bin for clay modeling scraps. In addition to our sustainable materials and manufacturing process, the table tops have a bactericidal surface preventing the growth of 99.9% of germs and bacteria and all of the Modular Millwork products carry a lifetime warranty to promote one life-cycle.

VERSIA has built its brand as the recognized leader in modular millwork, storage and filing solutions.   Sandy Bender, founder and President, has achieved respected expertise with designers, architects, facilities and commercial space planners.  Call us at 602-279-3993 to help you with your unique workflow solution.



Evidence-Based Design

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011


Evidence-based design (EBD) is the process of basing decisions about the built environment on credible research to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Many recent studies have examined how the physical environment can influence well-being, promote healing, relieve patient pain and stress, and also reduce medical errors, infections and falls.

For many years, our health-care design industry has worked to achieve all of the above items in health-care environments. The goal has been to have every space feel harmonious, warm, to use color psychology to promote quick recovery time, to use materials that were warm to the touch and art work that promotes health, healing and recovery. This is a departure from the typical cold, sterile and institutional health-care environments. Now, with so many studies of infection control, the next step and the designers/architects job is to specify and use materials that reduce infections, which will complete the circle of EBD.

Versia has many products, materials and accessories to stop the spread of infections, to add flexibility to the staffs daily work flow and to ease the maintenance of our products. Check out our BACTERICIDAL Surfaces!  See what Jain Malkin has to say about EBD!