Wilkhahn’s vision of versatile conference rooms, learning and collaborative spaces that people can configure themselves dates back more than two decades. It develops superbly designed, mobile, flip-top tables that users just set up and wheel into place, wherever, whenever and however the furniture’s required.
The new furnishing philosophy became a global benchmark with the advent of the extensive Timetable range (design: Andreas Störiko). Wilkhahn’s now presenting a new solution called Foldscreen worldwide, in other words, modular, combinable front and side panels. The product turns all Timetable models into quieter and more private workspaces, where the panels are placed on or attached to the desk to provide privacy below its surface.
The clever part is that the panels require no tools to fit and hinges and folding linkage strips make them easy to fold down and inward. And what’s more, they can rest on the flipped-up table tops if the furniture needs to be moved or put to one side. The range is very flexible, compact to stow away and encourages configuration by users themselves, making the Timetable family plus Foldscreen a multipurpose tool for agile environments. And not just during the corona outbreak, when regulations currently require social distancing.