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V&A: Standard Desk: 60 x 120 cm

V&A: Standard Desk: 60 x 120 cm
Standard Desk: 60 x 120 cm
  • I shaped legs optional adjustable through 62cm 86cm
  • 25mm melamine finish in light grey, beech, cherry or pear
  • 2mm PVC protective edging

the standard desks are ideal for any office. The classic design has a spacious feel to it, and it is easily versatile within the workplace. Link units are available in matching finishes if more work-surface is needed later on, therefore eliminating the need to purchase a whole new desk.

The desks from the V&A range come in a wide variety of shapes suited to fit in almost any workspace imaginable! The durable, lightweight melamine material used to create the furniture allows your office space to have versatility within its four walls. The delicate, unimposing appearance of the Vegas Evolution desks allows light to enter the room, creating the illusion of space. These versatile desks are available in a symmetrical, Asymmetrical or standard design, with the option of corner desking if required. All come with melamine finishes, metallic legs and 2mm thick impact-resistant ABS protection to ensure the highest durability.

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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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What is MFC The full name for MFC is Melamine Faced Chipboard and this is what most office furniture is made from. It is a man made product, often finished in a wood effect. It is extremely hardwearing and durable, and will not fade over time. It is also resistant to most chemicals usually encountered in an office environment. The manufacturing process is quite complex but put simply, a thin sheet of paper print (almost like a thin wall-paper of the wood grain ) is placed onto a sheet of Chipboard, and then melamine (a high temperature liquid plastic remember camping plates and cups) is poured over the surface, rolled out to a standard thickness, and then allowed to cool. The same is done to the opposite side and the board is then sent to the office furniture manufacturer to make it into office furniture.

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