DANIEL LORCH FOR L&Z: SINUS TRESTLE
Part of the first collection of Berlin based L&Z, on show at the last edition of imm Cologne. A more stable, but equally simple alternative to the classical folding trestle, light and easy to handle. A standard paperclip served as a template for achieving maximum product value with minimal production effort, while also featuring a distinctive design. Made out of a single piece of tubular steel, bent into its final form after being cut to size, and creating a drawing in space.. The open shape of the trestles allow lots of legroom, and since the tabletop is detachable, the length of the table can be easily adjusted, and changes in room layouts can quickly be made. The tresles, can also be stacked to save space. A hole drilled underneath the support pads allows to screw the tabletop on permanently. L&Z are Aidin Zimmermann and Daniel Lorch. The company primarily aims to develop simple and straightforward products for contemporary working. http://www.lz-elements.com/ Images: Alexander Stertzik & Gerhardt Kellermann.