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A nomad, sensual and polyvalent collection of folding desks, as well as fixed...

Trama. A new concept in office solutions, combining flexibility and top functionality for the modern working area. Individual offices...

A nomad and polyvalent collection of folding desks, as well as fixed ones. A creative and timeless proposal to...

A nomad, sensual and polyvalent collection of folding desks, as well as...

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The Taboela range will also be available for 2013 in a coated version. The black, white or sand colored frames...

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A pedestal table that can be folded away or opened up in a trice, and which adds a touch of springtime...

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Click is a functional and robust folding table that Vitra created with the engineer and designer Alberto Meda. Its legs can be folded...

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Click is a functional and robust folding
table developed by Vitra together with the
engineer and designer Alberto Meda. Its
legs fold...

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Bring your team into the fold with Intersect Tables. Made for collaboration and interaction, these...

These tables work anywhere you decide to use them, so it's logical they'd be called Everywhere tables. Two traits give them their...

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Whether you’re setting up a flexible learning environment, pulling together a hard-working training room, creating more worksurface area in a private...

Get Set tables make any space more productive. Because they're so easy to move and set up, you'll spend less time rearranging the furniture, and more time collaborating,...

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These tables work anywhere you decide to use them, so it's logical they'd be called Everywhere tables. Two traits give them...

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The NT Series of folding tables provide an elegant and efficient addition to your meeting and training spaces....

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A wood conferencing solution, Aspire features mobile, folding tables...

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Year of production: 2002.
Material: weighted base...

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BLITZ model console table. Wooden rectangular top and metal legs. Folds when necessary.
BLITZ is a dining table of small dimensions...

MASCOTTE model coffee table, entirely of wood. Extendable and height-adjustable.
MASCOTTE is a versatile coffee table for your living area which, if...

Eleven is a stylish coffee table with glass top and metal frame. In a few seconds it becomes...

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UniteSE Tables, as part of the UniteSE Workplace collection, comprise column base and flip-top mobile tables. The column...

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solves the problem of storable conference/meeting room tables by providing a complete solution for multi purpose rooms.

Mobile furniture, while highly desirable, often doesnt compliment furniture in corporate spaces. Moreover, rising real estate costs have increased the need...

Detailed to perfection, Metronome™ FlipTop Tables are the new touchstone for conference, training and meeting rooms. The sophisticated styling of the leg and top surface imparts a clean modern design aesthetic that will effortlessly complement...

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Trestle table with frame and top in walnut stained mahogany...

Polyester lacquered table available with gloss or matt finish. Frame...

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Dining table which folds like a console and can thus...

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Moveo is a handsome, new generation of flip-top table systems. This sturdy, slim table design is attractive with the 40/4 stacking chair, and allows for easy operation and handling by just...

Moveo is a handsome, new generation of flip-top table systems. This sturdy, slim table design is attractive with the 40/4 stacking chair, and allows for easy operation and...

Plico transforms the folding table into a new, progressive table concept supporting the dynamic corporate culture of the 21st Century. A simple, densely...

There were two key elements to the Simpla design brief. First was the form. Simpla had to be equally at home in modern buildings made of steel and glass, as well as older renovated buildings. The other was function. Simpla also had to be light enough...

New design...New functionalities...New possibilities
Tempest is the original space-saving flip-top table system for use in multi-purpose eating, meeting, training and conferencing facilities. Whether you prefer...

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How to choose this product

folding-table

A folding table is often used in multipurpose spaces because it can be stored easily when not in use. While many are freestanding, some are attached to a wall, the top folding against the wall. On ArchiExpo, such tables are categorized by properties including style, use or material.

Applications

These tables can be used to create temporary dining areas, such as for a luncheon in a public space. While designed for easy storage, they may remain in place, their configuration changing to adapt to varying needs. For example, a living room table may have a drop leaf to accommodate extra guests. Some have wheels to facilitate movement.

Outdoor models are easily stored in winter to protect them from damage and weathering. Light, compact models can be used for camping. Some have integrated seating to optimize transport and use of space.

Technologies

Popular construction materials for folding tables include aluminum, solid wood, laminated board and glass.

How to choose

Ensure that the unfolded table does not hinder movement. Determine the amount of space needed for storage. Verify suitability for the intended use. While camping tables should be as light as possible, those designed for regular use in a public or commercial environment must be robust, easy to set up and to store.

Evaluate how table style, materials and form will transform the space. Wooden finishes add a solid, natural look, while bright colors add visual interest to neutral surroundings.

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