The Timetable Lift tables, designed by the German industrial designer Andreas Störiko, are mobile, combinable, nest compactly into one another, and flexible in terms of height. The model is produced by German manufacturer of high-quality furniture Wilkhahn.
The tables are electrically adjustable in height from 73 cm to 139 cm and are used for hot desking where people both sit and stand and in scalable seminar and project spaces where different postures are often adopted as well as for spacious multipurpose meeting and presentation spaces.
The Timetable Lift tables are easy to set up in one step and set to the right height at the touch of a button. Optional battery operation enables mobility regardless of where the power supply’s located. And what’s more, if surfaces with dry-wipe laminate are chosen, the table also turns into a mobile, flip-top projection screen and whiteboard.
The Timetable range’s four types of lipping and all Wilkhahn’s laminates and veneers are also available so that the design can be adapted to all purposes: from a project office requiring hard-wearing materials or for a sophisticated wooden look and feel to creative executive spaces.