Hack 160 x 80 cm, Allstar

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The height-adjustable Hack table system by Konstantin Grcic counters traditional office desks with an innovative functional and aesthetic approach that satisfies the demands of today's startups and other young, dynamic companies: Hack can be folded up into a flat 'box' in just a few simple steps, transported and stored in a space-saving manner. Users can configure Hack as a standing or sitting desk or as a sofa, creating niches for work, meetings or relaxation.
Information
Wooden parts (1)
  •  37 OSB, clear lacquer finish
    37 OSB, clear lacquer finish
Aluminium profiles (1)
  •  05 light silver anodized
    05 light silver anodized
Frame (1)
  •  12 deep black powder-coated (textured)
    12 deep black powder-coated (textured)
Material description
  • Table top and wall elements: OSB (oriented strand board), 15 mm thick, three-layered, flat-pressed panel made from micro veneers in accordance with DIN EN 300. Safety: all edges and corners are rounded. Emission levels are lower than the legally permissible (non-hazardous) E1 standard.
  • Frame: welded construction made of square steel tubing, powder-coated finish in deep black.
  • Corner connectors: anodised aluminium.
  • Legs: powder-coated aluminium, finish in deep black, fitted with injection-moulded plastic glides for adaptation to uneven flooring (range 0-10 mm).
  • Straps: polypropylene, black.
Product family
Hack
Designed by Konstantin Grcic, Hack is a table system that anticipates the requirements of companies and employees – a provocative solution which can be understood as a 'hack' of the office environment. Grcic counters traditional desks with an innovative functional and aesthetic approach that satisfies the demands of today's high-tech companies. Such companies need to offer young university graduates an attractive, practical and creative work environment while also being able to respond to…
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This product was designed by
Konstantin Grcic
Konstantin Grcic trained as a cabinetmaker at Parnham College in Dorset before studying industrial design at the Royal College of Art in London. In 1991 he set up his own Munich-based practice, Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design (KGID). The Vitra Design Museum devoted a monographic exhibition to Grcic and his work in 2014.
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