IMM Cologne 2007 Inspired: tables
by Harry / February 8, 2007


New ideas for tables; a table with a hidden built-in desk lamp, another with table legs that fold into the table top and one that has a seat that hangs off the side. Above from left; John Slater's Frank desk has a wrap-around edge that swings up to reveal storage, the edge itself is a light, Isabel Quiroga's TTTisch table has legs that fold into cutouts in the table top, and Thomas Düster's Beschwingt is "Based on the concept of a swing, the workstation consists of a high desk, a standing aid attached to the desk and a rubber wedge under the table to ensure that the standing position is as natural as possible. The ability to lean back and relax, the amount of elbowroom and the fact that the legs are disencumbered enables you to stay fit and keep up your concentration for longer.". After the jump, more of the above and Colin O´Dowd's Porter doorstop-table.



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John Slater's Frank desk has a wrap-around edge that swings up to reveal storage, with the edge itself being a light.


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Isabel Quiroga's TTTisch table has legs that fold into cutouts in the table top.


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Thomas Düster's Beschwingt is "Based on the concept of a swing, the workstation consists of a high desk, a standing aid attached to the desk and a rubber wedge under the table to ensure that the standing position is as natural as possible. The ability to lean back and relax, the amount of elbowroom and the fact that the legs are disencumbered enables you to stay fit and keep up your concentration for longer.".
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Colin O´Dowd's Porter combination doorstop and table.


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