An expansion of the popular Kissen collection, Zenith Design’s Kissen Conference Table is the customisable, large-scale solution for any office space.
October 27th, 2020
With their distinct leg profile, functionality and charm, Zenith’s Kissen collection – named after the German word for cushion – has proven popular across the design conscious office space. The Kissen Conference Table is the next step in this collection’s continued success.
Launched in 2018, the Kissen collection already boasts a range of workstation pods, large tables, and moveable work surfaces. The new Kissen Conference offering maintains the Kissen design language and distinctive leg profile, while supporting practical workplace interactions such as training, conferences, group collaboration and more.
Designed with the physical and functional requirements of today’s varied office work modes in mind, the Zenith team created the Kissen Conference table to foster connection. Whether this is connection in a collaborative group work scenario, teaching opportunity, or even in a social way, this is a table designed for interactivity.
Like the entire Kissen collection of tables and workstations, the conference table features a strong timber aesthetic and supportive, neat leg profile. The under-structure design makes economic use of components and accessory options, allowing for straightforward use, as well as team expression and identity.
These new components and settings work directly to compliment training and conferencing. The conference table offering includes both fixed and folding tops, both of which are available in a range of seated and standing heights. Several features are offered across the range which include; omni direction fold, castors or glides, and cable management accessories.
The Kissen Conference is currently available in two colours from Zenith’s Neutrals Offering; Black Matt and White Satin, with a polished cast foot also a standard option. Zenith’s mass customisation capability is also on offer providing the ability to align finishes with the specific aesthetic demands of any space.
As we slowly make our way back into offices across the country, the Kissen Conference table adds great value to the already impressive range of workstation pods, touch down team tables and collaboration tables available in the collection.
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