Sinus Table Trestle

Posted in Architecture, Design
By Sam Bathe on 6 Jul 2011

Made out of a single piece of tubular steel, Daniel Lorch’s Sinus table trestle is extremely robust but not at all heavy. Allowing for legroom undernearth a tabletop of your choice, it allows for quick changes in your room layout, or stacked to save space when not in use. You can even screw tops in permanently, thanks to a hole drilled undernear the support pads. The Sinus trestles come at €185 for the pair, while L&Z will sell you the top pictured above for another €300 too. Each available in a range of exciting colours to complement your workspace.

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