VARIO HAIMISH is a sitting/standing table that forms a perfect symbiosis of cosiness and professional working comfort.
Scandinavian warmth and clarity are reflected in the choice of materials and design language.
The table top is made of an innovative lacquer board, which impresses with a super matt surface in black or white and at the same time does not show fingerprints. The chamfered edge of the tabletop is painstakingly lacquered by hand, resulting in a filigree look. In combination with the rounded corners, the table looks homely and modern at the same time. This impression is supported by recessed storage trays made of oak and accessories from a Scandinavian manufacturer that can be attached to the tabletop.
In the sitting/standing table version, the HAIMISH tabletop is combined with a recessed table frame that can be adjusted in height by an electric motor. The working height can be adjusted in the range from 650 mm to 1,300 mm. The table frame is based on round columns with a diameter of 70 mm and has a symmetrical design. The colour finish is black or white.
A cable tray below the tabletop keeps things tidy. The cable tray takes up the bevelled shape of the tabletop, and the cables are routed to the rear edge of the table via the slots in it. From the cable tray to the floor, the cables are routed in a black fabric tube with a zip.
During the development of VARIO HAIMISH, particular attention was paid to the responsible use of resources and environmentally friendly production. The table can be completely dismantled and thus separated by type. The components used can be replaced if damaged.
Prof. Bernd Benninghoff, the designer of VARIO HAMISH, explains his approach as follows: "For me, it is basically a matter of using authentic materials in all product developments, achieving the highest possible quality of detail and giving the product an independent character in order to make it as valuable as possible and thus long-lasting."
Width: 1200 / 1400 / 1600 mm
Depth: 600 / 700 / 800 mm
Height: electrically adjustable from 650 to 1300 mm
Design: Prof. Bernd Benninghoff (2021)