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Vitra Ad Hoc Executive Office Table

Vitra Ad Hoc Executive Office Table

Regular price RM41,240.00 MYR
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Description

The corporate culture of a company finds clear expression in the workspaces and offices of its executives. Values such as transparency, teamwork and quality, which play an increasingly important role in this regard, were the starting point for the development of Ad Hoc Executive.

Ad Hoc Executive table with Dark Wood Pattern featured with other furniture

This product line for the executive office includes a large desk and three different pieces of storage furniture. The materials used – such as aluminium, wood and leather – are of the highest quality and carefully crafted in every detail. Due to its structural lightness and elegant design, this group can be ideally combined with the Ad hoc office system and the AC 4 chair – both also designed by Antonio Citterio – or with other classics from the Vitra Collection.

Details

Made in: Germany

setting stepless, with integrated movable desk blotter,
including cable tray, pen tray and electrification

Table top: light oak veneer

Desk blotter: Leather Premium brown

Electrification: DE, AT, NL, ES-norm (feed cable)

Electric outlet strip: 5x power, 2x RJ45

Single legs curved: polished aluminium

Dimensions

2200x1100cm

Designer

Antonio Citterio, 2012

The architect and designer Antonio Citterio, who lives and works in Milan, has collaborated with Vitra since 1988. Together they have produced a series of office chairs and various office systems, as well as products for the Vitra Home Collection. The Citterio Collection is constantly being expanded.

Brand

Vitra is much more than a brand but rather a staple of design. Established in 1950 in Birsfelden, Switzerland, the brand has left its mark on design history through its transcending path. Starting as a furniture producer, it paved its way to manufacturing and ultimately became the powerhouse design institution we see today.

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