Custom Consoles, a provider of a wide range of technical furniture and equipment stands, has introduced a new desk with a four foot (1,200 millimeter, front-to-back) depth that allows control surfaces such as video production switchers or audio mixers to be easily embedded into the main horizontal work surface.
The BBC New Broadcasting House development has been a ten-year long project, involving the refurbishment and modernization of the original 1932 London Broadcasting House for BBC Network Radio, followed by a new extension to house BBC World Service and BBC News.
In the area of technical furniture, increased requests for more robust and flexible products is leading to increased business at Custom Consoles, based in Leighton Buzzard, UK.
Custom Consoles showed the latest version of its EditOne and Module-R Lite desks on its 2016 IBC exhibit stand last month and the company reports that interest is steadily increasing.
A Custom Consoles Module-R desk and Media Wall monitor support frame have been installed at the Telegraph Media Group headquarters in London Victoria to accommodate core control and monitoring equipment for the A/V studio.
Featuring the MediaPost portable monitor mount, which can be used both as a standalone display and to supplement larger multi-screen monitor walls, Custom Consoles will show the latest additions to its broad range of technical control furniture at IBC2016.