Key facts

Front Freestanding FRDC 5090
Front Freestanding
Karl Andersson
Lasse Pettersson, Lennart Notman
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Complementary furniture-Notice boards
Directional signage/Wayfindin...-Wayfinding
Complementary furniture-Notice boards
Directional signage/Wayfindin...-Wayfinding

Product description

Without ledge,
H1750 B500 D360 mm

Product family


Front freestanding (2006), comes in three different combinations. 1. Without ledges with back in grey corklinoleum or magnetic whiteboard incl. magnets. 2.As magazine shelf with straight or slope ledges on both sides of back. 3. A combination of straight or sloping ledges and back in wood, grey corklinoleum or magnetic whiteboard included magnets. Tempered clear glass in height 150 (=A5) and 230 (=A4) mm as standard.
Plexi glass upon request. Base and ledges are in solid wood of oak, birch and eight colors. Finish clear lacquer. Special sizes and other finishes upon request. Accessories as invisible castors, extra magnets for whiteboard, dividers in solid wood that slot on top of the glass fronts to divide each shelf into compartments.
Front was presented in 2004 as a simple straight magazine strip that is screwed into the wall. Over the years, the Front has grown into a extensive display system consisting of periodicals, magazine, and picture moldings, shelves, hangers, glass planter, decorations or display, plate for paper or poster panel with various features like whiteboard, bulletin board, mirror , magazine and brochure racks, storage for extra magazines / brochures, both cabinets and freestanding screen. The advantage of the Front display system is that you can decorate with the same product for different applications. Front is furnished in hotels, in waiting rooms, in work, conference, canteens, schools, museums, libraries, embassies, at home in the kitchen, hallways or bedrooms.