Design L&C stendal, 1990
The flexibility and simple handling of the free standing tablo table elements makes them a convincing alternative to the many highly complicated, expensive table systems that require intensive planning and which architects, interior designers and users increasingly find themselves confronted by. Square, rectangular, trapezoid and semicircular tables cover the range of requirements that is usually applied to individual tables, conference or meeting groups. The concept of the tablo modular table is as simple as it is functional. With a “basic range” of table shapes, you can redesign table configurations at any time – because the tablo dimensions have been designed to go together in such a way that you can easily combine them to suit your requirements.
Following a long tradition, the case tables made by L&C stendal have been designed for tough everyday use. Additional triangular and quadrant-shaped drop-in panels can be provided on request that simply hang between two free standing tables.
4legs in round tube 35 x 2 mm,attached to carcass frames in rectangular steel profile 40 x 20 x 1.5 mm
Chrome (20 micron bright nickel + 5 micron chrome), powder coating to RAL chart (80 micron)
25 mm particleboard, both sides melamine coated, choice of ABS or solid edging 25 mm particleboard, both sides veneered with solid edging
Black plastic glides with 1.5 mm height adjustment plugs
How do you establish the maximum space utilisation for a table system?
As a general rule of thumb: Room size minus 260 cm ( = 2 x distance between wall and table edge; see sketch) results in the biggest possible size of the table system. Please remember to allow for radiators, cupboards and doors in your plans. Example: The following calculation applies for a room that is 770 cm long, 580 cm wide with 30 cm radiators: Length:770–260– 30=480 Width: 600 – 260 = 390 The maximum floor space for the table system is 480 x 340 cm.
|Real wood veneer
|Real wood veneer
uni light grey