Three H launches the Hook Up table series

TORONTO — Office furniture maker Three H has launched a new series of tables called Hook Up, designed to accommodate the ebb and flow of employees in an office space.

Each table and privacy panel in the Hook Up series connects via a rail, making it easy to reconfigure workspaces by hooking them together or separating them. Custom accessories, such as trash cans and mailboxes, planters of various sizes, cup holders and outlets, also snap on and off without special tools or installation.

The collection was designed in partnership with Jonathan Sabine and Jessica Nakanishi of Toronto design firm MSDS Studio.

“We designed Hook Up with simplicity and adaptability in mind,” said Jonathan Sabine, Director of MSDS Studio. “Easy reconfigurability, combined with rounded corners and unexpected details, gives the freedom to create beautifully functional workspaces that can instantly accommodate individuals and teams on the go.”

“The pandemic has changed the way we work forever,” said Gary Hierlihy, Vice President of Sales and Marketing and Chief Design Officer of Three H. productivity, such as Zoom and metaverse technology, mean fewer private offices and dedicated spaces. We set out to provide a collection of tables for office use that are as flexible as today’s modern worker needs to be.

Hook Up won Interior Design magazine’s prestigious HiP award when it was introduced at NeoCon in Fall 2021. The tables in the Hook Up collection cover a range of workspaces, including a lounge/meeting, team/ meeting, flexible closed and open spaces. , multifunctional/collaborative meetings and training rooms.

The collection is made in Canada and uses only locally sourced materials.

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