The flexibility of the modern workplace, with desk-sharing, team-meetings and short-term integration of freelancers must be matched by flexibility in office furniture. Confair is a folding table that can accommodate both individuals and groups up to 10. Confair can also be simply linked to other tables or folded up with ease in a matter of […]
November 21st, 2008
The flexibility of the modern workplace, with desk-sharing, team-meetings and short-term integration of freelancers must be matched by flexibility in office furniture. Confair is a folding table that can accommodate both individuals and groups up to 10. Confair can also be simply linked to other tables or folded up with ease in a matter of seconds and rolled to one side. A table designed with the utmost attention to detail to provide the ultimate in flexible working surfaces. Materials and surface finishes thus provide both longevity and flexible layout and application.
The Confair folding table is dynamic, space-saving and attractive. The barrel-shaped or rectangular tables can be activated by one simple movement – and can be linked by means of snap connectors to form conference configurations, if required. It has won some of the highest international design awards and has a firm place on many an executive floor too.
Dimensions: 90 x 180, H 73; 90/110 x 260, H 73; 100 x 300, H 73
Delivery time: 5 – 8 weeks
Variations: 440 Confair folding tables. 3 different sizes of Boat-shaped or rectangular Confair folding tables available, optionally with integral pentrays. Accessories: snap connectors for linking rectangular folding tables.
Finish: Fine veneer, linoleum or laminate surface
Manufacturer: Wilkhahn Asia Pacific
Designer: Andreas Störiko
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