Foldit — An elegant and functional folding table

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Ideal wherever flexibility, functionality and well-thought-out designs are required

Foldit is an elegant and functional folding table designed by Erik Magnussen. The table does not look like a folding table, yet retains the advantages of one; it can be brought out or put away in a few seconds and does not compromise on stability or functionality.

Link the tables together for large set-ups. Ideal for learning, conferences and meetings. Foldit is perfect for meeting and conference rooms, teaching facilities, and function rooms. It is easy to store on a transport trolley with room for 10 tables.

Designer: Erik Magnussen

About the series

The Foldit table is available in many sizes – choose from width 60, 70 and 80 cm, height 73 cm, and length 128, 140, 160, 180, 200 cm. The four-legged table comes with two wheels and two adjustable feet. The frame is made of polished chrome, and the tabletop surface is available in oak, laminate and linoleum.

A variety of accessories are available for the Foldit table, such as a modesty panel, suspension panel, corner plate, linking device and transport trolley.

For more product information about the Montana Foldit, contact one of our contract partners.

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Erik Magnussen

Erik Magnussen (1940-2014) graduated as a ceramicist in 1960 and started working for highly esteemed Bing & Grøndahl as an industrial designer. Since the late ´70s, Magnussen has been synonymous with the Stelton thermos.

A key theme of Erik Magnussen’s work is simplicity – nothing is superfluous. Erik had a pragmatic view of design. First and foremost, the design should be functional and durable.

The Chairik chair is an archetypical example of simplicity: with a two-dimensional, easily manufactured shell, Erik Magnussen achieved a high level of comfort and design.

Erik Magnussen's designs are exhibited in museums across the world, and he has received many acknowledgements and awards for his work.

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