Workplace Benches and Tables: Contract Trend

Workplace Benches and Tables: Contract Trend

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. 

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Danish designers Line Depping and Jakob Jørgensen 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


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