Richard Meier CHTH duo Desk

Richard Meier CHTH duo Desk

CHTH Duo

CHTH Duo represents a workspace for two. CHTH stands for City Hall The Hague.
A furniture line that is derived from the city hall in The Hague, built by Richard Meier. This building is characterized by a nice balance between exterior and interior, hard and soft, open and closed. This harmony is also reflected in the furniture of CHTH: hard (steel) and soft (wood) form a balanced ensemble. The desk is equipped with closed sides. This gives a sense of privacy. At the same time, a harmonious whole is created with the rectangular form language of work and trays.

The side walls are standard with 5 cm in width in steel and contain the mechanism to adjust the height with a crank. A manual or electrical adjustment are optional with other widths. The furniture is also available as a standing table.

Cable entries with cable ducts are also possible. Cable entries with a simple geometric decoration allow computers and other devices to be easily connected to the built-in cable tray.

CHTH is extremely suitable as a meeting and management furniture by using various sheet materials.

Design: Richard Meier (1995).

The side walls are made of steel and house the mechanism to adjust the height. A manual, mechanical or electrical adjustment are optional. integrated cable duct. Through the application of different sheet materials is CHTH ideal as meeting and boardroom furniture.

CHTH is made entirely of recyclable materials.

Design: Richard Meier (1995).

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