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Krost’s eye-catching Jive tables

Jive, Krost’s new collection of tables, desks and bench seating, encapsulates simple, modern and practical design.



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June 4th, 2018


Lending itself to a number of standout uses throughout the entire office environment, Jive is a versatile solution perfectly suited to executive offices, breakout spaces or receptions areas. Locally manufactured in Sydney, the range features a 60mm thick profile and can be customised in an extensive range of finishes to suit every design vision.

Paying special attention to form and function, Jive desking transforms any office into a contemporary haven. Minimal in materials and sculptural in silhouette, the Jive desk is available in a range of sizes with an optional return.

Jive Executive Desk

Jive Executive Desk

Facilitating collaboration, the Jive table and bench seating creates a stylish meeting area or a standout breakout space. Compact in design, the bench seats easily slide under the table and can be paired with cushions to achieve a casual, light atmosphere.

Krost takes this range to a whole new level with a counter height table for all informal or on-the-go meetings and lunches.

Jive Table and Bench Seats

Jive Table and Bench Seats

Jive Counter Table

Jive Counter Table

Completing the line is a reception counter and a coffee table, which creates a cohesive look throughout the office landscape from reception, to meeting rooms and breakout spaces alike.

Jive Reception Counter

Jive Reception Counter

Combining functionality and a timeless outlook, Jive’s understated aesthetic captures the shift toward minimalist design.

Jive Executive Desk


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