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Geometry of aesthetics: Logon system tables in three different widths can be linked to create virtually endless table configurations using intermediate and corner elements. This means that there are hardly any limits to versatile configuration. Horseshoe, rectangular, open or closed configurations can be created with this system, depending on whether you want to hold team sessions, seminars or press conferences. There is also ample leg-room: the uprights of the table leg construction are positioned away from the edge and when linked, only one table leg is required. As an individual table, Logon is also available with castors. One way or the other: the elegant, filigree table with the characteristic T-shaped foot and the distinct edging profile is an optical highlight for any room.
Individual tables in various sizes and heights, with adjustable glides or castors. All tables may be fitted with modesty panels in profiled aluminium. These are simply inserted under the table tops and secured in place. The height-adjustable glides allow adjustment for considerable irregularities in floor levels.
Foot section and table top bearer in die-cast aluminium, chromium-plated, polished or coated to match, according to Wilkhahn colour samples. Uprights in extruded aluminium profile, clear anodized or coated black. Adjustable glides and lockable castors in black polyamide.
Particle board with laminated wood edging and integral, impact-resilient profile. Finished with plastic, veneer (beech, maple, oak, ash, cherry, walnut) or linoleum; edging in solid beech or beech laminate.
One aluminium profile for table top width of max. 90 cm; two profiles for width of 105 cm and 120 cm, both coated.
Fluted extruded aluminium profile, clear anodized or coated black. Modesty panels may also be retrofitted. Price on request.
|Table finish||four-legged table|
|Table top shape||rectangular|
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