June 29, 2012
Spectacular piece of kit.
From the website:
Taking its cue from machinist tables built at the turn of the century, this piece is as beautiful as it is functional.
Designed by OHIO's founder, David Pierce, the adjustable height desk provides an option to the utilitarian office solutions currently on the market.
The simple wood and steel combination makes this piece versatile in style and use.
The design can fit into a modern or rustic environment and works equally as well in a large office as it does as a home desk or table.
The crank is made from solid steel gears and a chromed cast-iron handle that is easy to operate.
The table comes standard in a 30" x60" solid walnut top and hand-rubbed gun-blue-finish steel legs, which creates a black/blue patina finish and protects the raw steel against rust.
It ranges in height from 27" to 42", making it easy to change positions throughout the day.
The table can be ordered in a variety of sizes.
The table top is also available in oak or maple.
The steel legs can be powder-coated in practically any color.
30"W x 60"L x 27"-42"H: $1,925.
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I'd love to see a craftsperson make one in wood.
Posted by: JoePeach | Jun 29, 2012 6:43:10 PM
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