The Y Workbench is the logical extension within the Y table series. In addition to four-legged Y tables, large-area work islands and conference tables can now be created - without individual tables having to be moved together or complicatedly bolted together.
Moving tables and chairs: Not a chance. With the Y Workbench, work tables up to seven meters long and two meters wide can be designed in one piece.
At this table people sit together. Whether used as a island for meetings or a temporary desk-sharing workstation, the Y Workbench enables dynamic and flexible collaboration.
✔ for 2 to more than 10 persons
✔ No superfluous table legs
✔ individual design of the table top colours and table legs
✔ Cable passage and cable tray for functional work
As you have probably noticed, there is no article page with a Y Workbench or even a suitable configurator in our shop. This is still in the making. Nevertheless there is the possibility to design and order a Y Workbench according to your wishes. Just contact our sales team by phone or contact form.
+49 30 69036 112
If you want to create work space, this does not mean pushing individual desks together and bumping into each other at the many table legs. The Y Workbench ensures a tidy overall appearance even in large work islands with more than 10 people and makes optimum use of the available space. There are almost no limits to the layout - whether with one front side seat or two - or even none at all.
The cantilevered yet simple table frame can be combined with melamine table tops to create an inexpensive and effective solution for working together. It becomes more colourful and individual with high-quality linoleum table tops - among other things with table top bevel and rounded corners. You simply choose exactly the tabletop colours in the combination you like best.
"The choice of material is very important to me. Ideally, it results in filigree, sometimes mobile constructions with added aesthetic value." - Kai Funke
In 2001, he graduated in product and process design from the Berlin University of the Arts. The international recognition of his work is reflected in a number of awards, exhibitions an