Key facts

Product:
Front Panel FRB 2590
Family:
Front Panel
Manufacturer:
Karl Andersson >
Designer:
Lasse Pettersson >, Lennart Notman >
Order number:
FRB2590
Architonic ID:
1107115
Country:
Sweden
Launched:
2005
Manufacturer groups :
Complementary furniture-Notice boards >
Groups:
Complementary furniture-Notice boards >

Product description

Bulletin Board 2204, without ledges,
H1550 B250 D30 mm

Product family

Concept

Front panel (2005), is a magazine rack, a brochure stand, a mirror, a writing and noticeboard – or a combination of all these functions. You can choose the back of straight or sloping ledge, magnetic whiteboard included some magnets, white glass board, Bulletin Board 2204, covered in any color of fabric Europost from Gabriel and mirror. Standard dimensions are heights 800, 1140, 1550 mm and widths 250, 500, 1000 mm. Special sizes and ther finishes upon request. It is secured to the wall using a metal rail. The ledges in solid wood and back in MDF of veneer in oak, birch and standard colors. Finish clear lacquer. Tempered clear glass in height 32, 150 (=A5) or 230 (=A4) mm as standard and plexiglass upon request. Instead of glass for magnetic whiteboard, glass and notice board you can choose of 15 mm wood end. Accessories: 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.