skill table system: Communication on the move
Meetings, conferences, presentations, workshops, seminars – the importance of communication in companies is on the rise. However, the space available rarely keeps pace with demand. On the contrary: efficient space management makes it imperative to create more multi-functional rooms in which different types of communication can take place. A precondition for this is a mobile table system which can be easily adapted to rapidly changing requirements.The folding table skill was specifically developed for this purpose.
Suitable table configurations within minutes
In its mobile version, skill can be moved effortlessly by means of (lockable) castors, meaning tables can be configured and reconfigured rapidly and easily. By contrast, tables which are currently not required can be simply flipped and nested very compactly to save space. Variable table formats mean that skill is ideal for a broad range of applications – from an “O”-shape for conferences, to a “U”-shape for seminars and a “block” for workshops. If required, quick linking devices are available, ensuring level and secure linkage of tables (e.g. in the event of uneven flooring). In addition to the numerous table formats and finishes available, there are also three elegant frame options with V, T and C legs.
skill conference table system
The skill range also comprises elegant and stylish conference tables for static meeting rooms in the same stunningly graceful aesthetic as the mobile folding tables. Large table formats are also available.
Both the mobile and the static conference tables are equipped for the use of modern media technology: a sophisticated cable management system with concealed cable routing and simple plug-in connections above table level ensures perfect media integration.
The bottom line: with skill Wiesner-Hager has again provided proof of its leading role in the design of communication spaces. skill offers the highest possible degree of flexibility, comfort and contemporary design for modern office and contract architecture.