Ascent collection by Mitab is modular furniture includes a USB port for charging and can be easily used as a table for drinks, eating, reading, or simply storing one’s personal items. Even more, given how each seat is detachable, users can customize the layout via different configurations and colors.
Balancing between comfort and sturdiness, Ascent is made out of plywood, cold foam and padded with different textiles that offer a warm character. In contrast, the wooden base with its ash veneer finishing and sharp edges create a more robust quality to highlight the shape of the furniture. This striking opposition between the organic profile of the seats and bold geometric base brings unexpected whimsy and beauty to a static seating category, as well as the environments in which they live. The collection is currently available in two different sizes, limited to four seats for each module with its corresponding plug-ins (USB and power).
Commune table was designed with a special asset: power accessibility. This adaptive furniture includes two power sockets on each leg for a quick and easy access to power when sitting at the desk. The charging ports are both welcoming and functional features of the steel legs covered in molded ash — which provide a sturdy yet friendly character to the design. Finished in ash wood veneer, the tabletop is a spacious and uncluttered station ideal for collaborative works, open floor productivity and a variety of settings. Finally, wanting to maintain a neat and clean aesthetic, a felt cable tray under the tabletop stores all permanent connections as well as absorbs any distracting sound.