Design Sam Hecht & Kim Colin, 2016 Frame, wood legs, plastic legs or casters, upholstery Made by Herman Miller
The Plex family is made up of just six elements—each with an identical base—that can be combined to create everything from armchairs and sofas to ottomans and benches. This base, along with the chair’s compact footprint, simplifies space planning and allows for greater density in a workplace. A choice of legs, casters, and swivel bases makes Plex even more flexible, letting people change arrangements as needed. This flexibility is ideal for educational environments like student unions, libraries, and workshops.
Sam Hecht and Kim Colin designed Plex Adjustable Tables with a low-profile base that lets them cozy up to almost any chair or sofa, including Plex modular seating components. The top of the adjustable table can be adjusted from 23.5 inches to 28 inches simply by pressing a button on the tabletop. The 17-inch diameter of the round tabletop is spacious enough to accommodate a laptop.
Laminate or veneer top with a 3/4" exposed plywood edge