CharacteristicsSustainable, designed around the concept of the “Human-centered Workplace”, made in Germany
SizesWidth: 1400 mm – 2250 mm, Height: 730 mm, Depth: 600 mm – 800 mm | Width: 1500 mm, Height: 730 mm, Depth: 750 mm
Designer Andreas Störiko created Timetable for Wilkhahn and added a new transportable, space-saving dimension to the concept of high-quality conference areas. In just one simple step, the tabletop can be tipped up and the foot section with lockable castors turned inwards fully automatically at the same time. As a result, the tables are not just easy to move from room to room, but can also be very compactly stacked into one another. Their intuitive handling, high quality, and smart appeal are ideal for dynamic conference areas and save both space and time.
- Timetable Shift
A combination of Timetable’s swivel-tabletop principle with the frame design of the Logon conference table range. Uprights are topped out by a high-precision aluminum casting. Its dual function provides a stable bearer for larger tabletop sizes and a shoe for a spacious cable channel for connecting the table and multimedia equipment to the power supply. Substantial hinges allow wide surfaces to be safely tilted and an easy-to-use draw rod locks the tabletop horizontally or vertically. Specifiable in increments of five centimeters, formats of 150 to 210 centimeters in width and from 75 to 105 centimeters in depth are available.
In a horizontal position, it is virtually identical to Logon. In a vertical position, the stackable Timetable Shift fully expresses its capability. The center aluminum profile acts as an integrated cable channel that is easily accessible via a single table portal.
- Timetable Smart
The Timetable Smart is for transportable and dynamic furnishing of multi-purpose areas, such as versatile training rooms, project offices, canteens, or meeting places. The tabletops are made of tough boards (150 x 75 cm (59" x 291/2")) coated with melamine resin with plastic lipping in the same color. The frame has an extremely hardwearing swivel mechanism (which does not cause the foot section to rotate) with an integral storage buffer. The tabletop is locked both horizontally and vertically. The locking mechanism releases when the horizontal draw rod is pulled out and the table is pivoted along its horizontal axis. The wide frame with less of the table protruding at the sides gives two chairs enough space between the foot sections so that the table offers enough legroom for four people sitting opposite one another.
The table’s stable design allows sophisticated power supply solutions – either as standby options for temporary workspaces or with permanently integrated multi-media technology, as a flexible facility for conference and training areas.