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Perform Asymmetrical Wave Desk (160x100cm)

Perform Asymmetrical Wave Desk (160x100cm)
Asymmetrical Wave Desk
  • HPC material used for the surface
  • Metallic legs and structure
  • selection of 6 colours


The asymmetrical wave desks have a soft curve to the seating edge designed to make sitting at your desk a more comfortable affair. They can be set easily back to back, or against a wall. The use of durable, cost effective materials ensures that you get the best quality and value for your money, and that the desk you purchase is long lasting.
Asymmetrical Desks

The asymmetrical desks from the Perform' collection have been ergonomically designed to incorporate both practicality and style. The asymmetrical structure of the desk allows for maximum comfort and economical use of space, which are key factors within any hectic office environment. The desks are made using either HPC, melamine or MDF covered in wood veneer, all of which are practical and durable materials that are suitable for office living. The metallic structure of the legs add a modern contrast to the wood surfaces, and provide a sturdy frame support, with extra features such as modesty panels and cable management facilities available as add ons.

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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) Graphite (sc)
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