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Conference table Palette

Karlheinz Rubner

Solid. Understated. Ingeniously versatile.

Built to last: a solid-wood tabletop, resting on four column-shaped, table legs that are flush with the edge of the tabletop. Unlike virtually any other table range, Palette stands for the contemporary archetypal table. In terms of function and aesthetic appeal, the black top of the table legs and the glide are perfection itself. But Palette can do more: in just one simple step the leg can be released and moved to accommodate another panel. As a result, you can create, extend or divide tables to suit the way you want to use the room, procedures and numbers concerned – from a table for one or two, to a conference layout.

The rigid blockboard tops do not require any underframes. This creates more legroom and allows space-saving stacking (like palettes) of any tabletops not currently needed. And what is more, in addition to mass-produced tabletops, the ingenious design allows customised tabletops – including integration of state-of-the-art multimedia equipment.

In Addition

Starting with only one individual Palette conference table, prestigious table configurations can be created in no time at all. – straight rows or also oval, round or horseshoe forms. Extension elements are simply positioned onto the table legs that can be moved along two pins. The ingenious feature: only a minimum number of table legs is required. One table top, four legs; two table tops, six legs, etc. The choice is between square or round table legs. The simplest ideas are often the best: that is why we have had the Palette locking system patented too.

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