Combining the elegance and robustness of solid oak and steel, KI’s EC4 collection adds a touch of nature to the modern office landscape. Popular with office-based and remote workers alike, these spaces provide a versatile work setting away from the desk. EC4 can be configured to create 4-leg tables of various sizes, starting from 800mm round tables, through to large dropdown or conference tables with intermediate legs.
EC4 will bring a stylish, elegance to open plan offices, meeting rooms and third spaces. Its beautiful, classic design is supported by KI’s reputation for intelligently engineered furniture. EC4 tables feature clear, unencumbered space above and below a cantilevered worksurface. The refreshing mixed material aesthetic can be extended into KI's 800 Series storage collection through the introduction of accent colours and matching solid oak feet. EC4 can be configured with oversailing tops to create tables which are adept at hosting both individual and collaborative work. From small gatherings to conference and boardrooms, the elegance of EC4 can be carried from the open plan to meeting rooms and third spaces with 4 and multiple leg options. Desktop power and data can be added and a variety of worktop shapes and sizes in numerous finish options can add extra functionality and style.
25mm square edge MFC with 2mm vinyl ABS edge as standard.
MFMDF chamfered edge, other finishes & materials available on request, subject to suitability and minimum order quantities. POA.
Maximum worktop size (square edge 25mm MFC) is 3250mm x 2000mm.
Other materials' maximum size will vary. Please contact us for confirmation.
Other finishes are available on request, subject to suitability. POA.
*Being a natural material, slight variations will occur
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