Individuality with the quality of series production, customized adaptation to requirements and perfect integration of state-of-the-art media technology: the Travis conference table system is the ideal modular solution for creating conference table configurations that are a model of excellence. The modular frame is an articulating structure with large cantilevered tops permitting virtually any form and […]
November 21st, 2008
Individuality with the quality of series production, customized adaptation to requirements and perfect integration of state-of-the-art media technology: the Travis conference table system is the ideal modular solution for creating conference table configurations that are a model of excellence.
The modular frame is an articulating structure with large cantilevered tops permitting virtually any form and format, ranging from single tables with a span of up to 3.60 m to spacious, solid table configurations or open-centred configurations allowing liberal selection of linking angles. Two table leg variants and three different types of edge profiles, combined with a wide choice of Wilkhahn surface finishes also guarantee that Travis will merge aesthetically perfectly with any individual space and design themes.
An ingenious, easily accessible power supply system also with coherently high-quality design ensures natural, user-friendly integration of media technology: ranging from plug-and-play connections to interactive connectivity modules and electrically retractable displays.
Dimensions: 120×280, diameter 240, variations possible
Delivery time: 10 – 12 weeks
Variations: Rectangular, oval or boat-shaped single tables measuring up to 360 x 120 cm, as well as solid or open-centred system table configurations with a depth of 90 or 120 cm, optionally with T-shaped base or a disc base. Accessories include fold-down cable channels in aluminium, perfectly equipped for power supply, allowing integration of any modern media technology required. For your convenience: both the table legs and the table top bearers have a height adjustability function, permitting fascinating fitting accuracy even for very large configurations.
T-shaped base in die-cast aluminium, chromium-plated, in the colours silver, satin finish, or coated black. Disc base in steel with a stainless steel covering either high-lustre polished or brushed. Table columns in steel tube, coated or bright chromium-plated. Crossbeams and table top bearers in die-cast aluminium, with matching coating.
Particle board for straight and double bullnose edge profile. MDF panel for chamfered edge profile.
Manufacturer: Wilkhahn Asia Pacific
Designer: Wiege Design Team
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