The Offset Table Is Divided in Half for Added Workspace Functionality

February 7, 2018 Caroline Williamson

The Offset Table Is Divided in Half for Added Workspace Functionality

With more companies going for open concept workspaces, tables and desks with added functionality make more sense when it comes to accommodating new employees and their needs. The Offset Table, designed by Tomás Alonso for Maxdesign, is flexible and customizable with a split work surface that allows for cable management, as well as accessories, like lamps and dividers.

The added accessories help configure the shared table for individual workers so that it becomes a workspace and not just a table. Offset comes in several sizes and each of the accessories have multiple options allowing for complete customization. You can also swap out the legs for a different look.

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