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.
Designer: Anders Hermansen
Dimensions: Different size is available, please contact us for more detail.
With its timeless and clean shape, Ikon talks the architecture language. Dining table suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Injected polypropylene table base which can be combined with solid laminate, glass or powder coated steel tops.
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.
Functionality and timeless elegance are tied together with modular simplicity. The highly versatile meeting table system In-tensive is extremely flexible and adapts to various interiors. In-tensive is your key to a successful meeting furnishing project, be it in modern or classic style.
Table with an industrial look where the four tube steel legs in rectangular section converge in the middle of the table top recalling the trestles used by blacksmiths. It can be matched with tabletops of different sizes and finishes, also suitable for outdoor.
The problem with most tables is that they are rather loud. Hard table tops reflect and amplify ambient noise. Jetty is therefore fitted with a Strata tabletop, which is composed of several layers of natural materials that interact to absorb ambient noise while dampening sound emanating from the table through use. Jetty appeals with a simplicity that feels more Japanese than typically Scandinavian, and which is found in other works by Holm.