Bench desking

    Achieving a consistent, maintainable look for a workspace can be challenging. One route is to install a body of office bench desking. Besides the aesthetic aspects it can give a feeling of working together. Or perhaps for hot-desking where staff can drop-in, plug-in and go.


    Simple and elegant in appearance, Trail can be used in singles or multiples. Add to this the wide range of top colours and sizes available then you can see that there are numerous permutations. In designing this product Rigg has been able to combine a relaxed, informal trestle style and a structured format, applicable to many environments.


    Tops are available in 3 sizes of 90cm wide x 150, 180, 210cm long. Different top sizes can be combined on one run of desking. For example, a run of 3 units could have 210cm sections on the outside and one 150cm section on the inside. Large installations can be realized to dramatic effect. Finishes and materials include: solid wood, birch plywood (natural and with HPL) and metals.


    Trail bench desking has strong steel framework specially designed so that each section provides extra support to its neighbour. When simply pushing regular desks together there are usually tandem legs at the joints which can look clumsy and improvised without regular tidying. The featured design allows each unit to share a leg. Combined with a robust top material the whole assembly is geared towards strength and stability. To stay looking great and afford protection, the steel frames are powder-coated in a colour or are clear lacquered for an industrial look.

    Great for Hospitality too

    The laid-back, communal feel can also work well in cafés, diners and bars. The interior designer will be delighted with the numerous styles that can be achieved, tuning-in just the right tone for each venue. The operator will be pleased to have a dining space where tables do not require repeated realignment.

    Rigg products are made in the UK and have been specified in numerous high-end schemes for commercial and domestic spaces. Their website shows a selection of projects and case studies.

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