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Interconnecting furniture for expandable outdoor offices

Designers can take workspaces out of buildings thanks to a range of joinable modular desks and counters with integrated or standalone seating

In association with
A breath of fresh air: two Fermob Bolder counters with corner connecting top and high stool, all in Cactus.
A breath of fresh air: two Fermob Bolder counters with corner connecting top and high stool, all in Cactus. Credit: Terralumia – Crédit Agricole Centre-est / Romain Ricard

The new Bolder counter from French furniture maker Fermob's Garden Office range can stand alone or be connected to others for a bigger run of desks.

This modularity enables a wide range of linear, asymmetrical or angular compositions, depending on the desired effect or use.

The counter can also be combined with a corner connecting top for further configurations. Its clever space-saving, angular design means the furniture is easy to adapt for differnet areas.

A matching high stool, also new to the range, is designed to be used specifically with the Bolder counter. Thanks to a wide, ergonomically designed, curved seat and compact central leg, the high stool allows the sitter to alternate between two postures – fully seated or half sitting/standing.

Another recent addition is the Fermob Luxembourg Work high table. Ideal for meetings and lunch breaks, clever features for working outdoors in comfort include cup holders, steel compartments for bags, files, magazines, small items or plants and hooks to hang bags or clothing.

Luxembourg bar chairs (designed by Frédérique Sofia) with Luxembourg Work high table and storage, all in Cactus.
Luxembourg bar chairs (designed by Frédérique Sofia) with Luxembourg Work high table and storage, all in Cactus. Credit: Terralumia – Crédit Agricole Centre-est / Romain Ricard

For more information and technical support, visit fermob.com-contract/garden-office

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