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Tayco partners with Fig40 on New Tables Collection

Tayco is teaming up with Toronto industrial design studio Fig 40 to introduce a solution to workplace collaboration with a new tables collection.

Photo courtesy of Tayco

“With offices requiring more collaborative spaces and individuality, we are incredibly excited to launch this line of tables with the award-winning team at Fig40,” says Kevin Philips, CEO of Tayco. “Our last few product releases have been significantly guided by specific requests from our Dealer network. Like all Tayco product, the new line of tables features high design at an attainable price point, backed by our promise of delivering an exceptional Customer Experience.”

Photo courtesy of Tayco
Photo courtesy of Tayco

The new line incorporates modern features and practicality for the workplace, as well as 20-metal paint colour selection.

Customizable, reconfigurable, and sophisticated – the new tables collection includes: Norris, a professional boardroom table; Kip, an approachable standing height community table; Koko: a versatile minimalist laptop table, perfect for reception and soft seating areas; and Hanna, a multipurpose family of tables for all applications.

Photo courtesy of Tayco

“The design of tables is always a fascinating exercise, they are discreet and at the same time highly complex, needing to gather people, enable technology and be available in a wide variety of sizes and formats.  This new collection for Tayco is no different,” says Fig40 Partner, Lee Fletcher.

With a table for every workspace, clients will be able to find the ideal solution from Tayco that fits both stylistically and functionally.

“The general product categories of boardroom and collaborative tables are defined by clear typologies and appropriate design innovation in these categories can be a challenge.  Though our working relationship with Tayco’s sales and marketing, and a strong link to their manufacturing, we are very proud of the result – a collection of fabulous tables, within a tight category at a cost point that supports Tayco’s market and manufacturing competencies,” says Fletcher.