Key facts

Blok table
Forma 5 >
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Desk systems-Desking systems >
Desk systems-4-persons workstations >
Desk systems-Desking systems >
Desk systems-4-persons workstations >

Product description

Shared pedestal. Depth 80
Bench desk 4-station pedestal 166

320/280/240 x 166 x h 73,5

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The Blok series gathers minimalist lines with a complete functionality and flexibility. Due to the multidiscipline and elegance, Blok provides the best ideas to different work environments.

Perpendicular lines define the whole series. Due to a compact and homo- geneous vision, Blok helps create a warm and efficient work atmosphere.

The Blow bow-fronted desk is perfect for every executive office, as it provides distinction and sobriety. Due to functional and aesthetic features, Blok is stylish and contemporary.

For a more useful working surface, Blok has 3 return desks with different types of floor support: leg panel and modesty panel, return desk supported by 2 metal legs or return desk with pedestal support.

The structural modesty panel is an essential piece of the series. The panel, when used for benches, can work as a panel or as a panel-technical screen –upholstered or non uphols- tered- at the same time. Blok always tries to minimize elements and make them look lighter. For this reason, Blok includes as optional a shared top for 2 bench work positions, as well as a front technical screen.

Blok also provides optional storage options, like the desk high cabinets or the pedestals –mobile, support and hanging credenza–. Due to the design, the drawers do not need any handles, as they can be opened from the sides. The metallic guides and the decorative-structural ceiling provide firmness and security, in line with the whole series. Due to the straight and elegant lines, Blok is perfectly compatible with the Basic and Plus storage programs.

R&D Forma 5
Forma 5 R&D department is formed by engineers, architects and designers. The staff is the key for innovating and evolving and they have helped develop successful chair and furniture programs. Another key factors are the accumulated experience and the continuous industrial design training, new technologies and new materials.