Ahrend 1200

The Ahrend 1200 Edition is a special version of the original and award-winning Ahrend 1200. Ahrend has honoured the original design, while modifying both the material and colour range. In terms of details, the direction of the wood grain was deliberately chosen in order to highlight the unique form of the tabletop.

  • Touch down table and/or reading table with tasklighting and power sockets integrated into the tops
  • Made in Holland using high-quality materials
  • Modular construction, allowing for multiple configurations using minimal components
  • An eye for detail and perfection; even the underneath and insides of the components have ahigh quality finish
  • Exceptional and truly distinctive design, with the angled direction of the wood grain highlighting the tabletop’s form
  • Red Dot Design Award winner for a distinctive, excellent and original design
  • A distinctive range of work, conference and video-conferencing tables with plug&play solutions integrated into the table top


Meyer en Van Schooten Architecten

Roberto E. Meyer (1959) and Jeroen W. van Schooten (1960) founded the architects office Meyer en Van Schooten Architecten in 1984. In 1990, Roberto Meyer won the silver medal of the Prix de Rome, and the office started getting bigger and bigger orders from the early 'nineties.

The first big orders from that period - the orthodontic centre in Almere (1992), the technical premises (starting in 1992) and head offices of the energy consultants and testing and certification agency KEMA in Arnhem (1996) and the housing development in the Mercator district of West Amsterdam (1993-1995) – reflect the independent approach the office was taking in the world of architecture. Meyer and van Schooten’s design for the Kwadrant dwellings in the Jason Park district of Rotterdam won the Woningbouwkwaliteitsprijs (Quality Prize for Housing Construction) 1999, while their design for six housing complexes and a dwelling cluster for senior citizens on the GWL terrain in Amsterdam won them the Merkelbach Prize 2000. The office’s order portfolio grew appreciably during the ‘nineties, and became more varied, including social housing, houses for sale, villas, urban development plans, schools, offices and even bridges. In December 1997, the office won the order for designing the new head offices of the ING Group in Amsterdam, and the construction of the building was completed in 2002. This project yielded the office a multiplicity of prizes, including the National Steel Prize 2002, The Netherlands Glass Award 2002, The Netherlands Building Prize 2003, The Netherlands Aluminium Award for Architecture 2003 and the European Award for Steel Structures 2003.



  • Aluminium frame with Ahrend powder coats
  • Modular principle based on die-cast aluminium legs, supports and links, all connected by an aluminium extrusion profile
  • Table frame built into the legs with additional frames for large tops
  • Tabletops mounted using aluminium studs, screwed into the underside of the tabletop, allowing the tops to belinked together
  • Ciranol with black core, either in unicolours or in light and dark shades such as Navarra Pine, Lindberg Oak and Milano Walnut


  • Fixed height - 74 cm
  • Rounded design - 160 and 200 cm (4-seat)
  • Square design - 200 and 390 cm (8 and 16-seat)
  • Rectangle design - 210 cm to 580 cm wide (4 to 16-seat)
  • Videoconferencing design - 300 cm wide (5 to 7-seat)
  • Boat-shaped design - 210 to 580 cm (4 to 14-seat)
  • Smallest size - 210 x 120 cm


  • Direction of the wood grain can be angled in many different configurations
  • Power outlets, such as 4x230V incorporated into the tabletop and shielded by a cover
  • Ahrend PuK wireless smartphone charger
  • Lighting integrated into the tabletop (Luceplan Costanza)
  • Ciranol with white core

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