Meich is a table conceived to let people work in formal and informal ways. It is expressed in three formats: 29h for chair or bench use, and at 36h and 40h for high stools or standing. The form is a sophisticated play on the inverted-U geometry commonly found in modern portfolios. The innovation of Meich is the manner in which the end panels conceal power access from the floor and provide concealed pathways for delivery either to the top surface or perimeter edge. The base volumes required for this concealment are cleverly disguised in the triangular form that resolves into a thin ribbon edge.
Design: Bernard Tuohy