- Designer : Konstantin Grcic
- Year of Design : 2016
- Material : 15mm OSB panels, lacquered
- Rounded corners
- Height adjustment :
Crank: Continuous from 300 to 1250 mm. Maximum load during the height adjustment: 25 kg. Maximum load under static conditions: 260 kg.
Quick adjustment : Continuous from 700 to 1180 mm. Maximum load during the height adjustment: 15 kg. Maximum load under static conditions: 75 kg.
- H: 132.5cm; W: 169.5cm D: 87cm
- Delivery : Made to Order ; 6-8 weeks
The Hack Desk, designed by Konstantin Grcic from Vitra is a dynamic office desking solution designed for the modern hi-tech office. This intelligent system offers the ultimate in flexibility and versatility as your office evolves, moves and expands and is loved by companies for all the issues it addresses. As with all great designs Hack is pared down to the bare essentials. With wooden panels is OSB (Oriented Strand Board), Hack can be flat packed with a few easy steps, making it easy to store and transport. The desk 'top' can be adjusted in height to allow for standing, sitting and lounging (optional cushions are available) with the use of the recessed grip or crank. Depending on the version, this feature makes it possible to adjust the table height within seconds from 300 to 1250 mm. In the lowest position, Hack can be outfitted with cushions for use as a sofa (crank version only).
Appealing to any company's green and dynamic credentials Hack is fabricated in a manner that reflects the environmental priorities of young companies toda. Thanks to its manually operated mechanism, the production and utilisation of Hack are ecologically sustainable. In addition, the tables are manufactured on site in an energy-efficient manner, with wooden parts that are locally produced and assembled by Vitra using prefabricated metal hardware.
The construction of Hack is robust and stripped down to the essentials. The solid hinges connecting the three wooden panels are precisely tooled metal parts that facilitate the clever folding function of Hack and simultaneously ensure its stability. The continuously variable height adjustment of the table top is manually operated with a recessed grip or a crank.
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