Work as one, but separate. The Table for Two uses a pair of large table tops to make collaboration an automatic and solo work an easy option. A center trough hides all your cables and power cords out of the way. Rearrange or add on when and if you want. **Sorry, BIvi products are excluded from the Steelcase sale. All orders with these products will be charged at the full retail price.
Designed by Duluth architect David Salmela, the Hall Table 65 is a clean and sculptural take on outdoor dining tables. A black Richlite frame beneath the table adds structure and contrast to the planes of the legs and top. The Hall Bench 48 or the Emin or Lussi dining chairs are designed as a compliment to the clean geometric form.
Designed with local Duluth architect, David Salmela, the Hall Bench 48 is designed as a compliment for the Hall Dining Table but it will also make quite a statement on its own. This sturdy bench is as functional as it is sculptural.
A minimalistic and highly contemporary bench made from aluminium – laser cut profiles treated with outdoor powder coat in white RAL 9002. The inspiration for this series is the urban life of Copenhagen where simple and well-designed solutions go hand-in-hand with a casual atmosphere. The Copenhagen bench is both a sculpture against a wall – inside or outside and a social piece of furniture that together with the Copenhagen table creates a different setting for eating/relaxing with friends and family. The Copenhagen series requires minimum of maintenance. It is recommend to wash of the surfaces regularly to avoid stains get embedded over time. The Copenhagen series is design by danish designers
Space constraints? Save yourself some money and buy fewer pieces that do more. The Bench Box is not only a comfy seat with its optional upholstered top, it also offers plenty of storage for your favorite books and magazines. It is equally successful as a coffee table or a window seat. Available with locking casters or steel rod legs.
A completely different look from one day to the next: Spatial adaptations and extensions are never an issue with GATE. Because what is behind GATE is the modular concept! Various linera modules can be joined together via corner elements and hence create seating areas of any desired length. At the same time the top of the low backrest can serve as storage space. The seating surafce floats unsupported above the bottom runners, and is not connected to the backrests at all. It is this that translates as the refined simplicity that the GATE bench silhouette displays.