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USM Haller Table
USM Haller Side Table 50
USM Haller Side Table 35
USM Haller Bedside Table with Drawer
USM Haller Cable Grid for USM Haller Table
USM Cable Duct for USM Haller Table
USM Multiplug DE for USM Haller Table
USM Lamp Peg for USM Haller Table
USM Cable Guide for USM Haller Table Leg
USM Haller Bedside Table with 2 Drop-down Doors
USM Care Kit for USM Haller Table Wood
USM USB Adapter with Cable for USM Haller Table
USM Haller Side Table with Side Panels
USM Haller Side Table with Drawer
USM CPU Holder for USM Haller Table
USM Haller Bar Trolley
USM Haller Coffee Table
USM Haller Table Plus
USM Haller Lectern
USM Haller Table Advanced
USM Haller Desktop on Castors Type 2
USM Haller Side Table with Extension
USM Haller Side Table Open
USM Haller Desktop on Castors Type 1
USM Flat Screen Support Arm for USM Haller Table
USM Flat Screen Swing Arm for USM Haller Table
USM Haller Mobile Desk for Kids
USM Haller Waiting Room Table
USM Kitos Circular Table
USM Kitos E High Table

From a Bowl to the Designer Table

The German term "tisch" - table - has its origins in the Latin "discus", which not only stands for the eponymous throwing disc, but also means a flat bowl or disc-like object. And what do a dish and a table could have in common? In previous centuries, the table, a small board on four legs, served directly as a dining-dish. Originally conceived as a simple dining table, the table has meanwhile gone through a long cultural history and table design has gone through numerous styles. The variety of designer tables currently available is not only due to stylistic differences, but above all the various demands placed on them: desks, conference tables, coffee and side tables must in size, height and material reflect their function and purpose.

Copenhague Dining Table Table CPH30 from HAY

To Work! The Optimal Table For Every Activity

A basic role is played by the table at work - in just about every job. The work table is a writing pad, a shelf, a meeting place ... Whether functional areas and flexibility are in the foreground of the various application areas: desks, conference tables, high desks and PC tables have to meet different requirements and often require very special functionalities. A true expert in this field is the USM Haller Advanced Table. Conference tables, in turn, like Vitra's oval Segmented Tables, allow for comfortable meetings regardless of the number of attendees. If prolonged sitting becomes too strenuous, it may be easier to concentrate at a bar table or a high desk. smow also offers practical solutions in this area. And in that other most specific of areas: children's furniture In addition to the classic, the height-adjustable children's desk Eiermann, other children's tables are particularly suitable for playing.

Bell Tables by Sebastian Herkner for ClassiCon

Visually Delicious. Attractive dining tables in all sizes

At the dining table, not only does the family meets several times a day, but also friendships maintained and business negotiated - the demands on a dining table are accordingly very different. For example, the high-quality SH900 Extend table from Carl Hansen & Søn can be extended from a kitchen table for everyday use to a 3-meter long table. A table suitable for both meals and work is also, for example, the TopTop dining and conference table by Kartell. The range is also diverse in the range of side tables and coffee tables: the broad spectrum between classic, subtle side tables such as the B97 setting table from Thonet, and unusual designs such as the coffee table Butterfly from Zanotta offers a visually and functionally solution for every ambience.

The S 1200 Secretary from Thonet