Designed by Douglas Ball Vivo interiors-<del>a frame-and-tile systemIn the Vivo frame-and-tile system, steel frames define the workspace, provide the foundation for hang-on components, and house power and data. Tiles attach to the frames, allowing tremendous variety and control of the design and function of individual frames.Crisp AestheticClean lines. Trim pieces have a thin profile and interlock for precise alignment.Visual highlights. Furniture-style glides have a progressive appearance and let in light; open work surface supports are light scaled; a horizontal bead between tiles has a reflective surface.Purposeful palette. The concise selection features light-to-dark, warm-to-cool finishes that combine harmoniously; glass, laminate, veneer, and textiles offer sophisticated choices.Smart PerformanceVersatile application. Configurations range from highly collaborative areas to more enclosed workstations, using 90</del> or 120-degree planning.Variety of heights. Walls are from 35-79 inches for different levels of privacy; stacking frames can raise the height to 90 inches.Choice of tiles. To support various aesthetic and functional needs, 10 tile styles are offered; crisp edges provide a tight, consistent reveal.Technology SupportProven power. Vivo provides a reliable 4-circuit, 8-wire electrical distribution system.Large capacity. Category 6, 4-pair <span class="caps">UTP</span> cables: At a 60 percent fill rate, a nonpowered Vivo frame holds 73 in the base, 37 in the top channel, and 37 every 11 inches of frame height. Category 5e, 4-pair <span class="caps">UTP</span> cables: At a 60 percent fill rate, a nonpowered Vivo frame holds 95 in the base, 47 in the top channel, and 47 every 11 inches of frame height.Multiple routing. Power and data are managed in the base, and frames allow horizontal routing every 11 inches.Multiple access. Power and data tiles provide access at many locations above and below the work surface.Easy installation and change. Cables in the top channel and base are laid in.Sustainable DesignStrict standards. Vivo was designed according to Herman Miller’s cradle-to-cradle protocol; also <span class="caps">GREENGUARD</span> certified, helping customers achieve <span class="caps">LEED</span> credits.Recyclable. Vivo is 69 percent recyclable; frames are 100 percent recyclable steel; a typical workstation has 36 percent recycled content.Powder coated. All trim, supports, and storage components are powder coated, eliminating polluting VOCs.No solvents. Stains are water based. Good wood. All wood is harvested from managed forest resources.Earth-friendly textiles. Most textiles are made of a single material for easier recycling; many lines are 100 percent recycled polyester.