Leave it to Landscape Forms to be forever reinventing furniture for the outdoors.
Take-Out, the latest from Landscape Forms and designer Rodrigo Torres, is a versatile new take on the connected table concept: "With simplified lines and improved versatility, Take-Out is light enough to be picked up, arranged, and rearranged."
Nylon glides enable this easy relocation, and a variety of sizes and profiles facilitate different arrangements for face-to-face, side-by-side, or communal interaction.
There are five different silhouettes: single, double, triple, and left- or right-triple, the latter two equipped with a clever overhang for standing work/hanging out or just as an expansive surface on which to place your stuff—whether that's devices, documents, or beer and chips.
The Triple-Left and Triple-Right silhouettes also offer excellent wheelchair accessibility.
Take-Out's one-sided design makes it extremely flexible. Pushed together they offer a communal surface with the look of the classic picnic table. In a solo function it makes great use of spaces abutting walls or other hard edges.
Take-Out also offers great ergonomics and accessibility. The gently rounded edges take the pressure off elbows and the backs of knees, while also creating spacious entry and exit points. Users can slide in from either side or from behind.
Like all of Landscape Forms outdoor seating and tables, Take-Out is engineered for the elements, with a powdercoat surface available in 20+ vibrant colors.
See Landscape Forms to find out more.