Pluralis tables by Kasper Salto for Fritz Hansen

Pluralis table by Kasper Salto for Fritz Hansen

Dezeen Showroom: industrial designer Kasper Salto and Danish brand Fritz Hansen have expanded their collection of office tables, which are designed “to ensure every person in a meeting room can see and be seen”.

Intended for use in contemporary offices, the Pluralis tables are characterised by their sculptural trestle legs and angular tabletops developed by Salto to enhance sightlines.

Meeting room with a Pluralis table by Kasper Salto for Fritz Hansen
Kasper Salto and Fritz Hansen have expanded the Pluralis table collection

“Characterised by understated design, elegance and uncompromising quality, the Pluralis table series brings whole new levels of functionality to the modern workspace,” said Fritz Hansen.

“The series’ latest additions introduce angular forms to ensure every person in a meeting room can see and be seen,” the brand continued.

Wall-mounted Pluralis table by Kasper Salto for Fritz Hansen
They have sculptural trestle legs and angular tabletops

Pluralis comprises tables with trapezoidal or rectangular tops, tailored to meeting rooms of varying sizes. There are also wall-mounted versions designed specifically for use alongside screens for offices where people join meetings both in person and virtually.

“The different sizes available across the series are made to accommodate different needs. From smaller meeting rooms and hybrid-ready environments to larger board rooms, the series’ design enhances interactive meetings,” the company continued.

Product details:

Product: Pluralis
Designer: Kasper Salto
Brand: Fritz Hansen
Contact: [email protected]

Dezeen Showroom

Dezeen Showroom offers an affordable space for brands to launch new products and showcase their designers and projects to Dezeen’s huge global audience. For more details email [email protected].

Dezeen Showroom is an example of partnership content on Dezeen. Find out more about partnership content here.

The post Pluralis tables by Kasper Salto for Fritz Hansen appeared first on Dezeen.