Standing meeting tables
Design Luigi Glorini – R&S CUF MILANO
Break version of the Doria operative line, which includes high tables for canteens and low tables for lounge areas and waiting rooms.
Worktops in 18 mm melamine and metal bridge legs.
The need to carry out quick meetings and informal briefings within the work teams to be conducted standing up is becoming increasingly widespread, without the need to sit down at a meeting table.
In response to this need, Centrufficio Loreto spa has decided to implement the range of items making up the Doria series of Standing Meeting Tables with the distinctive characteristics of the series.
The metal legs have a 70×20 mm rectangular section.
18 mm melamine with 2 mm ABS anti-shock edges, is raised from the underlying structure by a space similar to its thickness.
The supporting structure is suitably reinforced with lateral crosspieces that have also been designed to accommodate two bag hooks per side.
They are available for immediate delivery with a metal painted structure in the finishes smooth matt white and glossy bonderized grey.
Melamine tops are available in veined white, oak or dove grey finishes.
These elements have such dimensional characteristics that it is possible to envisage their use also in break areas.
Luigi Glorini | R&S CUF MILANO
CUF Milano's Research & Development department, whose team leader is the designer Luigi Glorini, is constantly researching the best materials, construction and design hypothesis and details regarding office furniture. The R&D team is constantly engaged on many fronts: development of new furniture lines based on specific design breefs that are in the name of increasing environmental sustainability, support to external designers on the development of new products, review and restyling of existing furniture lines and design on the basis of physical standards of the product and chemical standards of the materials, with laboratory tests in order to obtain specific certifications from institutions.
Luigi Glorini is a multifaceted designer, with experience gained in the design of complete furnishing lines. He is the point of reference when the design requirements ask for experience and a specific knowledge of custom-made furniture and precision carpentry work.