Despite this well-known design with similar lines in the market, this model was conceived by strictly basing its composition on the apparent as much as on the profound, with the objective of achieving an object permanently in vogue.
The American architect Louis Kahn defines these bases as “inspired techniques” which allows them to be candidates for the transformation into classics. The sum of the quality of what is strictly necessary is path that leads to elegance.
Within the same line of finishes as the work table, the Neta range has included a small line of meeting tables. These tables have no special operational characteristics, and are basically designed to accommodate several people gathering simultaneously.
It is often necessary to sit at a table with other people and share information, debate issues, make decisions, explain ideas, etc.
These processes form part of our daily life at work. Neta provides a solution to this need with a very specific range, whose dimensions and design meet this demand, while maintaining the range’s aesthetic criteria.