Teknion’s Community Table at ORGATEC 2016

Community Table Designed by Michael Vanderbyl Responds to New Trend Emerging in Today’s Human-Centered Workplace

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Mary Ellen Magee

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October 25, 201​6

Teknion Corporation today announced that it will be showing its new Teknion Community Table at stand #9.1 B031 A030 during ORGATEC, running October 25-29 in Cologne, Germany.

“Teknion’s community table is a response to a new trend emerging in today’s human-centered workplace,” said Kaerynne Nakamura, Director, Product Management, Architectural Products & Casegoods. “Our community table is designed to be in tune with these human needs and modern workstyles based on interaction. The substantial proportions of these well-crafted wood tables make them a focal point for any space, an architectural anchor that invites conversation and collaboration.”

A model of simple, straight-forward design, the large, shared community table is ideal for use in office lobbies and reception areas, corporate cafes and open work areas. Tables are available in custom dimensions to meet exact requirements. Access to power/data is transparent, provided via a central trough. Teknion community table finishes include natural and Flintwood veneers, plus specialty finishes. The community table was designed by Michael Vanderbyl in conjunction with Teknion.

In addition to the Teknion Community Table, Teknion will be showing the Zones furniture collection, Around Task Chair, Teknion Sanna by Pablo Lighting Collection, Highspace Sit/Stand Counterbalance Bench and Variable seating at its stand designed by Vanderbyl Design. Additionally, new brands Studio TK and Luum Textiles will make their worldwide debut. Studio TK will be introducing a number of new and enhanced products to its Cover, Fractals, Keele, Lite Wall, Qui and Spectrum collections, and Luum will be introducing its new Starting Point textiles collection designed by Suzanne Tick.

Held bi-annually, ORGATEC is the commercial industry’s leading international trade fair for the modern working environment.