Central dividing screens enhance the architectural lines of the Plateau table, adding detail and function with a choice of accessory rails and finishes.Share
Screens: Extruded aluminium framework; fabric wrapped board. Plastic.
Screens: 4 Plateau fabric groups; Customers own material plus Opal plastic.
Central dividing screens enhance the architectural lines of the Plateau table, adding detail and function with a choice of accessory rails and finishes.
Screens: 2.5 & 3cm deep. 140, 150, 160, 180 & 200cm wide. 31 & 40cm high.
A promoter of sustainable design solutions, British-born designer Jonathan Crinion spent many years living in Canada where he first became interested in environmental stewardship. He completed an undergraduate thesis on solar energy at the Ontario College of Art and Design, in the Department of Product and Systems Design. Crinion went on to study architecture and industrial design at Carleton University and the University of Toronto. In 1986, he founded Crinion Associates, a design consultancy working across disciplines to pursue smarter solutions to the problems of today. Crinion first collaborated with Knoll as a consultant during the development of the Reff System. His first solo product, the Crinion chair, was introduced in 1999 and was followed two years later by the Crinion Collection, a contemporary version of the traditional wooden executive office. That same year he designed the Crinion Open Table, a concept which revolutionised open plan office design and helped keep Knoll at the leading edge of the industry. Crinion is currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Visual Sociology at Goldsmiths University of London. He continues to consider the problems of environmental management and ecological impact.