What are the manufacturers of cable channels (ducts) that would fit in the interior?

The situation is, the task was to design a LAN network in the building. Did.
Repelled from the further ease of maintenance.
Stopped at the boxes and poles Legrand for cabinets, and "highway" on the ceiling fixtures in a suspended ceiling.
It turned out that some offices have hired designers, in particular for the Director's office, deputies, etc., which have one option - stroebe and lay the cable before the repair.
For me it's a bit crazy, especially considering that the people in the room can make a permutation, the cable may be damaged, you may need additional endpoints, etc, all with an eye to the future.

Found a bunch of pictures but can not find manufacturers who make similar boxes with decorative strips in different colours. Maybe out of wood or are there any other materials that would do it all organically fit into the interior, but remained quite functional.
From legrand is a line with colored plates, with rounded edges, but the boxes I still need to cover.

Someone tell me manufacturers?
March 23rd 20 at 18:46
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March 23rd 20 at 18:48
Repelled from the further ease of maintenance.

Normal wifi Manager, it turns out cheaper and more flexible.
And electricity where to get ? Also from the air ? - Loy commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:51
@Loy, from the same place and communication with the switch - over twisted pair, to throw on top. A hundred years nobody strobic massively and a huge box under the cables to customers pulls. - pearl84 commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:54
as implied, the connection of end-users if their devices have Wi-Fi modules?
Just Wi-Fi hotspot around.

Or at least I think it is possible the entire network to build a Wi-Fi... just not sure of the stability and speed.. ? - shana_Jenkins commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:57
@shana_Jenkins, the main issue in IP-phones and printers - models with wireless are usually more expensive but this problem can be solved in different ways, from the "whistles" setting the access point with ethernet ports. Stability and speed are directly dependent on the correctness of the location and configuration of equipment (and the quality of the equipment, of course). - pearl84 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:00
March 23rd 20 at 18:50
Thanks for the help..
I found, looking for more, uh, aesthetically pleasing version.
Something like the pads on a standard box, or click-beams.

At the 2nd or 3rd link very short-lived cable channels. 1-2 times to open the lid and it will break.And will need to be cut when removal of the socket.
According to the 1st link, you can take note of, at least in the photo they don't look like painted plastic. - shana_Jenkins commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:53
March 23rd 20 at 18:52
1) Arrange the raised floor and bring the cable into the column. You can move, but by replacing the surface at the old place.
2) the Floor. Very limited scope, because of cables in the plinth breaks a little, and the need for cables in a modern office large.
3) Wi-Fi.
4) Grooves.
WiFi spot near the offices will be.
Stopped at the laying of the pipe in stroebe for fixed points, and the baseboard on the "latches". - shana_Jenkins commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:55
March 23rd 20 at 18:54
Once hired designers, you why bother ?
They design let and are looking for options, you only TK to do.
Designer already worked on TK, actually announced the fact. Now looking for solutions and opportunities to enter their "wishlist". - shana_Jenkins commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:57

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