Minimalistic in design but exquisitely refined in detail, Nienkämper’s Plexus introduces an inviting presence to the workplace. From an elegant wooden base detailed with intricate finger joints and a curved inset, the sophisticated table gracefully blurs the line between commercial and residential aesthetics.
Designed by acclaimed Danish duo Busk + Hertzog, Plexus stands out with a welcoming yet streamlined look. Wood details and soft curves inspire a sense of comfort that does not come at the expense of a sleek, professional setting. The well-resolved design pairs discrete curves and warm tones with an intricate old world craftsmanship that belies its technological sophistication.
Featuring in-built power and data connections – routed to the floor via a discrete conduit – Plexus offers ample power outlets and USB connections. An aluminum base option also offers an integrated power supply concealed entirely within the table legs to create a completely seamless look.
Offered in three base sizes, Plexus is available in a variety of configurations, ranging from 48 to 84 inches in width and 120 to 240 inches in length. The flexibility of Busk + Hertzog’s design means that table can be configured to whatever width or length is needed without compromising the design concept and visual identity.
“We wanted to create a table that was curved and straight at the same time,” say Busk + Hertzog. The result is a flexible design that’s ideal for executive boardrooms, conference rooms and small meetings rooms – as well as private offices. (With a contemporary yet timeless look, it’s not a stretch to picture it in the dining room, either).
For Nienkämper, Plexus is at the forefront of an innovative portfolio. Introduced at this year’s NeoCon, Plexus was launched alongside a range of new and expanded collections that emphasize wellbeing and comfort in the workplace. Technologically sophisticated, elegant, and meticulously crafted, Plexus offers an inviting seat at the table.
Designed by Busk + Hertzog, Plexus epitomizes the best of the “resimercial” trend.