Ernst&Young Boardroom Conference Table Design by KINZO
Hi dear followers, in this post we want to share an impressive Conference Table design by KINZO, table not have any legs, you will see more information at below;
Sweeping, dynamic and asymmetrical lines and bold functional conceive: KINZO’s boardroom seminar table for the administration board of Ernst & Young is a bespoke furnishings that you won’t see anywhere else.
This table seems to change its examines from every angle you gaze at it: counting on your perspective, it could remind you of a starship, a deep-sea ray or a hydrofoil. Especially the asymmetrical lines endow an optimal use of space and make a significant contribution to an motivating atmosphere in meetings.
KINZO accomplished ample legroom for 15 individuals so no one will bump into the table legs – simply because there are no table legs. KINZO has taken a principle from structural technology by fixing the table’s structure on a circular beam: the inner ring carries the cantilevered table surfaces.
beginning from the “heavyweight” chairman’s position, the table looks progressively lighter and airier in connection with the resisting panoramic windows – a playful take on statics that conceives a very dynamic vibe: In this way, the seminar table reminds you of a rocket that is just about to take off – and shatter exactly through the glass front. Four flush-mounted “media tanks” ingest unsightly cables and provide power and mesh get access to for laptops and other devices.
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