This new table, manufactured by Kusch + Co, has a patented mechanism which folds the tabletop 90° so that the table can be stowed away easily. When in the folded position, both columns turn approximately 45°, bringing the legs into a perfect position to roll the tables away and stack them horizontally. And, with special […]
November 21st, 2008
This new table, manufactured by Kusch + Co, has a patented mechanism which folds the tabletop 90° so that the table can be stowed away easily.
When in the folded position, both columns turn approximately 45°, bringing the legs into a perfect position to roll the tables away and stack them horizontally.
And, with special linking elements, it is possible to quickly link and arrange the tables for any occasion – in a row, parallel or at an angle.
All this means that ‘Roll’n’meet’ can be pulled out as a singular meeting table, fitted together to form a larger network of conference tables, or stowed away to create other uses for the space.
The table tops are available as rectangular, ellipse or barrel-shapes in a range of different sizes and materials, including quality wood veneer and coloured options. Accessories such as net boxes, cable troughs and modesty panels are also available.
A versatile table, the ‘Roll’n’meet’ is ideally suited to today’s changing workplace, where flexible and growing work environments demand a range of solutions for the one piece.
Manufactured by Kusch + Co
Distributed by Ripe Interiors
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