Designed to cater to the open-plan layout and flexible approach of modern office spaces, these new workbench desks promote interactive and collaborative work environments.
Danish designers Line Depping and Jakob JÃ¸rgensen have come together to design the Frame Table for Wrong for Hay. Constructed using solid beech or ash, the Frame Table offers simple lines in a resolved design, available with an accompanying bench.
To cater for meetings and collaborative working styles, Teknion's Community Table uses a straightforward design with large proportions, making it an architectural feature as well as a functioning table
Arper's Cross Table incorporates power outlets to meet our technological needs, with an open sturdy structure and ample space to serve as a communal work surface. The Cross Table uses oak or wenge veneers, giving a natural feel to the table's utilitarian design.
Designed for larger spaces, the Memo table by Piero Lissoni for LEMA offers a four-meter long table, suitable for both residential and professional interiors.
The Slim Bench by Bertjan Port for Arco uses a honeycomb structure in a unique steel sandwich construction, to offer sturdy furniture that is also lightweight