Tables with folding functionality
Quickview Classroom, Education Edit, Folding and Training, TablesThe well known and highly regarded U.R. table base is one the most popular products by ThinkingWorks and continues to be a market leader. A folding table that provides a tilt-top for easy stacking, U.R. has been installed in work environments throughout the world. The perfect product for spaces that demand flexibility like training rooms, boardrooms, meeting rooms and as temporary desking. U.R. folding tables are fitted with lockable soft tread castors and are supplied with table linking mechanisms as a standard feature. U.R. provides a complete family of table product options allowing continuity of design throughout any commercial interior.
Quickview Classroom, Education Edit, Folding and Training, TablesOkidoki was borne from the idea of creating a table and chair family with a cheeky, fun design bringing a sense of informality to the chosen environment. Featuring solid timber legs in a colour range designed to either compliment or contrast with the powdercoat colours of the steel and aluminium framework. The tables have been developed with natural material selection in mind and a rounded design theme. Okidoki features table tops in round, rounded square/rectangular and rounded triangular shapes in either timber finish or glass, to show off the clean design of the table frame.
Quickview Classroom, Education Edit, Folding and Training, TablesI.AM TURN is a tilt-top stacking option as part of the flexible and versatile I.AM table base system, a complete family of product options for the commercial interior. Suitable for hot-desking, breakout areas and offices that require constant change, I.AM TURN can quickly and easily be tilted in one action, moved and stored. I.AM TURN has been designed with responsible recycling in mind. It is manufactured using recyclable materials including steel, aluminium and polypropylene and is easily disassembled for the recycling process. I.AM TURN tables are supplied with table linking mechanisms as a standard feature.