Notos Standing Desk

Thomas Kühl & Andreas Krob, 1997

Notos is an essential object in a household or office where artistically inclined persons live and work. That is because this unprecedented, multifunctional piece of furniture transforms itself in no time into a standing desk or a note stand or an easel or a mobile table for the slide presentation or for your champagne reception. The top can be tilted at five different angles and the height is infinitely variable between 115 and 135 cm. Thomas Kühl and Andreas Krob succeeded in combining high practical use, variability and clear, timeless aesthetics in a design achievement of remarkable quality.

 
 

Indispensable helper at eyelevel: Notos serves as a lectern, music stand or easel – as you like it.

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Variably height-adjustable. Five angles of tilt. Foldable. Frame tubular steel, powder-coated with fine texture in jet black or white aluminium. Tabletop plywood, real-wood veneered in black-stained ash or in natural maple, with clear varnish. Plastic gliders in black.

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Steel

Jet black powder-coated  RAL 9005

Jet black powder-coated
RAL 9005

White aluminium powder-coated  RAL 9006

White aluminium powder-coated
RAL 9006

Tabletop

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Plywood

Ash veneer, black-stained

Ash veneer, black-stained

Maple veneer, natural

Maple veneer, natural

All dimensions are in the unit cm.

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Thomas Kühl & Andreas Krob

Following their studies of industrial design at the Muthesius School of Arts and Crafts in Kiel, Andreas Krob and Thomas Kühl got together as a design duo for a short time in 1996. Their collaboration resulted in amazing objects with sophisticated technical details.

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