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Antenna® Power Beam

Antenna Power Beam expands on the center beam at the heart of the original Antenna Workspaces Big Table. By decoupling worksurfaces from the power structure, Power Beam enables flexibility and agility, providing maximum performance in a minimal footprint.


The freestanding, linkable or mobile Power Beam gives planning flexibility and range to address the ready-to-change mentality of today’s workplace. Continuous channels in the top and sides of the beam enable off-module freedom to position screens and task lights, or to support worksurfaces.

Broad Planning Capabilities

Power Beam has a broad scope and a simple yet clever structure that is easy to install, expand and reconfigure.

Space Planning Efficiency

Power Beam provides streamlined access to power, minimizing the space associated with technology spines and allowing for more creativity and personalization around them.

Aesthetic and Functional Variety

Unique Power Beam support options can be set at different heights for a variety of horizons.

Finishes

  • color Bright White - Textured
  • color Folkstone Grey - Textured
  • color Silver - Textured
  • color Soft Grey - Textured
  • color Beige Mist Metallic - Textured
  • color Sandstone- Textured
  • color Medium Metallic Grey - Textured
  • color Medium Grey - Textured
  • color Brown - Textured
  • color Dark Grey - Textured
  • color Jet Black - Textured
  • color Black Wrinkle Textured Paint
  • color Dark Red - Textured
  • color Slate Blue - Textured
  • color Dark Red
  • color Knoll Red
  • color Canary Yellow
  • color Olive Green
  • color Slate Blue
  • color Bright White
  • color Micro Sand
  • color Brushed Sand
  • color Micro Grey
  • color Soft Grey
  • color Pumice
  • color Brushed Grey
  • color Fog
  • color Folkstone Grey
  • color Medium Grey
  • color Jet Black
  • color Whitened Ash
  • color Light Ash
  • color Warm Ash
  • color Grey Ash
  • color Natural Maple
  • color Natural Cherry
  • color Medium Cherry
  • color Classic Oak
  • color Walnut
  • color Graphite Pear
  • color Zebra
  • color Silverwood
  • color Smokewood
  • color Barnwood
  • color Maple (V1)
  • color Blond Maple (V1)
  • color Natural (V1)
  • color Light Cherry (V1)
  • color Medium Teak (V1)
  • color Cherry (V1)
  • color Dark Mahogany (V1)
  • color Medium Walnut (V1)
  • color Black Oak (V1)
  • color Espresso (V1)
  • color Light Walnut (V1)
  • color Dove Grey (V1)
  • color White Pine (V2)
  • color Birch with Birch Edge (V2)
  • color Maple (V2)
  • color Natural Oak (V2)
  • color Bronze Cherry (V2)
  • color Light Walnut (V2)
  • color Rustic Walnut (V2)
  • color Old English Walnut (V2)
  • color Peacock Green Walnut (V2)
  • color Ebony (V2)
  • color Grigio (V2)
  • color Figured Sycamore (V3)
  • color Pippy Oak (V3)

Antenna Design was founded in 1997 by Masamichi Udagawa, a Cranbrook Academy graduate, and Sigi Moeslinger, who holds degrees from NYU and Art Center College of Design. Antenna's people-centered design approach aims to make the experience of objects and environments more meaningful and exciting. Among Antenna’s best known projects are the design of New York City Subway cars and ticket vending machines, JetBlue check-in kiosks and displays for Bloomberg.

When Knoll set out to create a new open plan office system, Antenna’s experience with the ever-expanding presence of technology, and their expertise in user experience made them an attractive collaborative partner. Together Knoll and Antenna conceived Antenna Workspaces, an innovative open plan system, which reflects Udagawa and Moeslinger’s interest in functional simplicity and their expertise in using design as a tool of social interaction that bridges people and technology.

Antenna has been recognized with several prestigious design awards, including the National Design Award in Product Design from the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. Both Udagawa and Moeslinger are senior critics in graphic design at the Yale University School of Art.