Defined by its own pool of light, the table creates a distinct ambience, with an uninterrupted surface for team working. It shares its visual language with the Type family of tables and benches. The height of the beam, which stands at 580mm above desk top, casts light on the workspace at a height that avoids glare, whilst not obstructing eye contact while sitting or standing.
The tables are available as meeting and standing heights and come in a wide range of colours and finishes. They are offered with or without power and data points either on or under the table surface and are suitable for both workplace and education projects where versatility in the specification is key.
MARK co-founder and designer John Miller says, “We initially designed this table for a Manalo and White project for Unite Students. It worked really well for that application and we thought had a wider appeal – for many of our projects in both education and workspace.”
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