A Conference table and desk with linoleum top and steel frame
MRS SITTARD is constructed from steel and linoleum. The table top made of ecological linoleum framed in steel gives the table an elegant appearance. The graphic lines and well-proportioned table plate create a harmonious overall picture.
Linoleum offers in addition to its soft feel and matte look a pleasantly warm, easy to clean surface. In addition, linoleum is antistatic, so it attracts little dust. Made of renewable raw materials such as linseed oil, resins, wood and limestone flour, linoleum convinces with its naturalness and durability. Like all JOHANENLIES products, the desktop linoleum we use is made using harmless color pigments. The underside of the tabletop is made of 1 mm thick white HPL: a laminate that is compressed under pressure from several layers of resin-coated paper.
With its puristic design, MRS SITTARD fits as a dining table with chairs and benches into any interior situation. Similarly, the model functions in smaller dimensions as a desk or in larger formats as a conference table in offices.
As with all of our products, this piece of furniture is manufactured in co-operation with regional producers under as environmentally friendly conditions as possible.
Table top made of MDF wood material
Powder coated steel
Ecological, semi-gloss linoleum
The product is individually customizable, as special requests can be made regarding dimensions and finishes. The illustrated model has a length of 160 cm, a height of 74 cm, a width of 800 cm, and features a beige red (RAL 3012) steel frame, however, any colour in the RAL pallet can be requested. In addition, the use of desktop linoleum (here in Burgundy 4154) is available in 21 different colours.
Carpentry: Artis – Berlin, Germany
Metalwork: Stolarstwo-Ślusarstwo – Wolin, Poland
Powder coating: PTL – Berlin, Germany
This article is made individually for you. The preparation time can therefore vary due to the choice of material, size and color. As a rule, a delivery time of 6-8 weeks should be planned within Germany.