Informal and open environments, ideal for a quick discussion, update or brainstorming? With its highly original asymmetrical effect, the BRUNCH table by Romano Marcato can be freely arranged, with heights intersecting and opening up in the directions of a star. Versatile and available in the electrified version, this perfect harmony between the wooden top, gently curving down to the ground while changing in thickness, and the rigorous metal top, is ideal as a high table for the office.
It can be combined, for example, with the iconic LEM stool by Shin &Tomoko Azumi and the THIN stool by Karri Monni, or used as a workstation in public spaces, in the standard height version, accompanied by OIVA ash wood chairs by Antti Kotilainen.
A champion of versatility, the ORI table system by Romano Marcato is perfect for co-working spaces. Square, round, rectangular, and even on wheels, ORI transforms the need for connection into an original and contemporary graphic detail. The aesthetic appeal of its line is enhanced by the table legs, which hide cables and sockets in a secret gap created where the wood and metal are joined. Available in two heights, 108 cm and 74 cm and combined with the exceptional high seating collection (such as the GIRO stool with backrest by Fabio Bortolani) and Lapalma chairs, with a wooden or Fenix top, with its large dimensions it can comfortably accommodate several workstations.
Two today, twenty tomorrow, two hundred in a month. The SCREEN panel system by Francesco Rota allows you to easily designate workstations or create small meeting rooms thanks to the addition of castors. It’s a quick and easy way to increase privacy and separate without dividing a space. Partitions are made of fabric- or wood-covered tubular frames, or sound-absorbing fabric panels. The variety of fixed or movable heights and curves provides an exceptional choice of configurations and colour combinations. And when it delineates the ORI high table and LAB stools by Karri Monni, all on castors, the office becomes mobile and working together is even easier.