Trapeze by Thinking Works
TRAPEZE™ is an innovative table base system with a unique profile, designed for commercial applications and suitable for a variety of configurations including desks, meeting tables and boardroom tables. GECA Approved or equivalent.
TRAPEZE legs and leg support inserts are manufactured from 100% recycled aluminium content and uses minimal components for easy disassembly and recycling.
TRAPEZE accommodates tops of unlimited length providing endless opportunity for a wide variety of configurations and table widths of up to 1600mm. TRAPEZE legs can be positioned at any point along the beam to accommodate various table overhangs. The legs can be positioned with two foot widths for narrow or wide tables and angled at 0 degrees, 22.5 degrees, and 45 degrees, depending on the aesthetic and functional requirement.SHOW MORE SHOW LESS
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The adventure began in 1984, when they arrived on the scene as the first designer and manufacturer of height-adjustable desks in Australia. They quickly established ourselves as the commercial furniture company who combined exceptional quality with ingenious creativity.
Ever since, this inspired mix of eye-catching aesthetics (the ‘beauty’) and intelligent design (the ‘brains’) has formed the lifeblood of everything they do, and it’s seen this born-and-bred Australian company earn international awards, global recognition, and inclusion in commercial work installations around the world.
From height-adjustable workstations and smart table programs, to acoustic furniture, quirky seating solutions, and convenient add-ons like power-boxes and monitor arms, their furniture is designed to solve problems in the most beautiful, practical and sustainable of ways.
Thinking Works are also passionately committed to minimising our environmental impact. They do this by ensuring that any carbon we produce is offset through the purchase of carbon credits, invested in the development of sustainable energy plants in third world countries. They design their products using Life Cycle Assessments and Finite Element Analysis, so the materials used in their manufacture are sustainable, with no excess material in the manufacturing process.