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4Most 160x100cm Asymmetrical wave Desk

4Most 160x100cm Asymmetrical wave Desk
Asymmetrical wave Desk
  • Optional Height adjustable legs through 62 - 86 cm
  • Melamine or HPC worktops
  • Metallic leg structure in various finishes

Asymmetrical wave Desks have been ergonomically designed to fit your shape, and be as comfortable to use as possible. Standard or height adjustable legs and HPC or melamine materials create a beneficial partnership. They make use of durable, cost effective materials that are finishes to the highest standards, ensuring that you recieve the best value for your money as well as quality products.
Asymmetrical Desks

The Asymmetrical desks from the 4most collection have been ergonomically designed to offer comfort and style within a comfortable and practical piece of office furniture. Their quirky design has been purposefully created for a more accessible work environment, whilst maintaining a large surface are in which to work, and encompassing an economical use of space within its shape. The height adjustable legs offer an additional factor to ensure your maximum comfort, and allows the desks to be flexible within their structure. 4most use a mixture of metallic material for the structure and legs, and either melamine or HPC for the surfaces; this ensures for maximum durability within a hectic work environment.

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System Furniture Desktop Finishes Amber Cherry (ra) Salmon Pear (rb) Golden Beech (rc) Light Oak (rd) Pearl Grey (rg)
System Furniture Structure Aluminium (sa) White (so)
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Synchronous chair mechanism A synchronous chair mechanism is designed to provide the user with the optimum levels of comfort at all times. The mechanism is ideally suited to an individual using a computer for a major part of their working day. The mechanism works because the seat and backrest of the chair are separate from each other but move together. For every one degree that the backrest moves the seat will move two degrees and the chair will be set in a free-float manor so that it can move as the user moves. The aim of this type if mechanism is to allow the computer operator to move freely rather than sit in a fixed position but more importantly maintain correct posture throughout the day. This can only be achieved with a chair offering dynamic movement.

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