An informal meeting today, a general meeting next week and a training session at the end of the month? Just stay calm. During 2013 Kinnarps is launching a new table range under the name of Multicom – a range that meets every conceivable meeting and communication requirement.
As many would agree, meetings have become increasingly important in today’s working life. Today a lot of work takes place in groups, with a number of people needing to meet in order to work together. To satisfy this growing requirement for meetings, Kinnarps has created a flexible range of tables that are ideal for video and online conferences as well as for training sessions and general meetings.
Multicom is available in a large range of models – as a standing table, conference table, table for individual work stations and occasional table. The design makes it possible to construct different formations, everything from circular meeting places to traditional long tables. Furthermore, the range is adapted for today’s technology, with stylish solutions for network and power connections.
The design is pure and simple, with a strong feel for details. For example, a lot of time and energy has gone into elegant solutions for cabling, and ensuring that control units and fittings harmonise with the design. However, the design does not compromise simple assembly – the table range is extremely easy to assemble and can in principle be put together by hand, without tools.
Multicom, which will be introduced into Kinnarps’ range during 2013, will be available with tabletops in beech, oak or birch veneers, in the colours white or light grey, as well as in beech, oak or birch laminate. Moreover, a pleasant lighting arrangement can be created by equipping the range with integrated LED lighting.
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Kinnarps was founded in 1942 by Jarl and Evy Andersson. Today Kinnarps is the leading supplier of interior design solutions in Europe and offers innovative and inspirational total solutions in some 40 countries. The company's wide range is designed for public environments with a focus on offices, schools, hospitals and healthcare facilities. Kinnarps works in close collaboration with internationally renowned designers and the products have won a large number of design awards. The Kinnarps Group has about 2,700 employees and its turnover in 2010/2011 totalled SEK 4.2 billion. Kinnarps complies with the leading eco-labelling demands and is certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and 14001.