Timetable Shift offers seamless solutions on demand by combining static Logon tables in suites that are sub-divided by folding partitions, extracting optimal performance from high-value communication-oriented space.
JOINT suggests sovereignty with a measured elegance of its own. The aesthetic expression speaks of precision and comfortable functionality. Itﾒs a chair dressed for the job, with wheels, tilts and armrests poised for afterthought in the exclusive meeting room. The table rises to the occasion with a sleek top plate of glass, laminate, linoleum or hardwood while the aluminum frame effortlessly repeats itself. JOINT is not to represent the bourgeois, but rather become a symbol of functional exclusivity.
Making her debut creation for Sancal, Ionna Vautrin has designed a colourful trio of two tables and a stool, inspired by chess pieces. The Pion table tops as well as the pedestals of the taller tables and the structures of the seating areas are in maple wood.
Removable cushion covers fixed to the bench with poppers, cushion inners made of CMHR foam.
Bench and table top made of oak board, extra-matte finish / Marble top in white honed finish Carrara or black polished-finish Marquina. Legs in Oak, extra-matte finish.
The Punto tables are a minimalistic answer to many public space needs. Robustness is a major factor in its simple design concept where steel tubing is welded to either round or square bases. While its toughness makes it an ideal solution for public use such as in food courts and cafes, the Punto table's three available heights and varied finishing options means it easily adapts to many living and work spaces.
Individuality with the quality of series production, customized adaptation to requirements and perfect integration of state-of-the-art media technology: the Travis conference table system is the ideal modular solution for creating conference table configurations that are a model of excellence.
Dynamic. Space-saving. Superbly designed. Desk-sharing, flexible teamwork and short-term integration of freelancers into project groups have become an integral part of our daily work routine. That means it is high time for this to be reflected in the working environment too.