LINAK has collaborated with the Danish furniture architect Hans Isbrand to release a new single-column table. The new functional, ergonomic and aesthetic compelling furniture is currently on display at the Stockholm Furniture Fair.
Ideal for everyday life, the single-column table was created by Isbrand especially for LINAK. Both partners have worked together for years and Isbrand has designed exclusive furniture for LINAK customers.
Isbrand has developed this table with the environment in mind and users will find it to be an ideal fit for offices and class rooms. The table top is made of acrylic and the product features LINAK’s ZERO technology, which ensures very low standby power consumption.
“The table top was made out of acrylic, as my experience with the material is great. Acrylic has several advantages. First of all it has a character of warmness and softness, and it is solid colored, so it is easy to repair. Additionally, it is a natural material and recyclable, which is in line with LINAK’s green profile,” said Hans Isbrand in a statement.
Isbrand notes that while designing this piece of furniture he aimed to create a product that combined aesthetics and usability. The final product delivers on his dream and also saves space for the users. By partnering with LINAK, Isbrand is able to maintain his focus of creating environmental friendly products that can contribute to a greener environment on Earth.
"We are strongly dedicated to our CSR (News - Alert) in LINAK, and we believe that it is possible to run a company based on responsible and sustainable growth. Therefore we also see it as a natural thing to consider environmental issues regarding our solutions," said Henriette Lundquist, segment responsible for DESKLINE at LINAK Danmark A/S.
LINAK provides innovative actuation solutions that improve people’s quality of life and working environment. About the same time last year, LINAK introduced the iFLEX sub-brand, which functions as a descriptive term under which all LINAK TECHLINE smart actuators are unified.
Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli