Posted in materials on August 1, 2017 10:33 am EDT

Simpla Makes Gathering Simple and Portable

Simpla by Howe provides gathering and learning space efficiency for the church setting.

Simpla by Howe, designed by John Bollen.


 

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TAGS: church setting, gathering space, interior design, seating, sustainability, table,

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By Church Designer Staff

Simpla is a two-piece, sturdy table with a lift-off top that is easy for one person to manage. Simpla has superb space-saving attributes that make it a dynamic multi-purpose, flexible solution for meeting, training, dining, studying and other gathering functions in churches.

Equally at home in modern buildings of steel and glass and in renovated historic buildings, Simpla's light yet highly durable construction makes it ideal for high-traffic spaces.

Simpla is equally at home in modern buildings of steel and glass and in renovated historic buildings.

Specs:

Design: John Bollen

Folding table:

Available in laminate and veneer.

Straight edge.

Rectangle, half-round, trapezoid and V-shape in multiple sizes.

Location blocks on table top to fix positioning – no tools needed.

Stylish round 4-leg design, diam. 1.5", chrome or powdercoated.

Rectangular subframe.

4 legs on glides.

Table height 28.8".

 

 

 

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