STRING/works Height Adjustable Desk - White Frame, Charcoal Top 140x78cm
Design: Björn Dahlström Anna von Schewen
Electronically height adjustable table offers comfort and ergonomics to your workstation by enabling standing up while working. The table has a cable tray where all the wires can be neatly stored.
Architect Anna von Schewen and industrial designer Björn Dahlström designed a whole new series of products using the String System as a base. The series is called String Works. String Works is a serie of furniture for a flexible and contemporary work environment. String Works -items can be used both at workplace or at home.
The electric height-adjustable desk from Works makes it possible to create flexible and ergonomic workplaces. The desk consists of a base and a desk top with cable cover. The desk tops with a depth of 78 cm are available in three widths: 120 cm, 140 cm and 160 cm. The desk top with a depth of 90 cm is intended for a meeting table or for a larger workplace and is therefore available in one width, 180 cm. The highest height of the base is 118.5 cm and the lowest height is 71.5 cm and fits all desk tops.
Table top material: Oak w/Linoleum Top [Note - Linoleum is a discontinued finish and is no longer available to order]
Maximum load capacity 60 kg evenly spread across desktop
Materials and colors
Frame in powder coated steel, fine textured coating.
Top: Oak w/Linoleum Top
Made in Sweden.
The panels are made from powder coated steel and
can be recycled. The shelfs are made from the
renewable and recyclable material wood. The
brackets are made from zinc and can be recycled. The
shelf can be de-assembled and separated according to
the component's material.
Care and maintenance
Wipe the surface with a cloth. Damp wipe with
detergent solution. Then rub dry with a cloth. Remove
stains with detergents that do not contain abrasives.
Never use steel wool.
Wood is a living material and can therefore naturally change its appearance over time, especially when the surface is exposed to direct sunlight.
1 year - See more in our guarantee terms and conditions
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