the core of meeting
TABLE_ROTATING ROUND 1,20 m DIAMETER
SCREEN_NEC C431 (external link press here)
TOUCH_DISPLAX SKIN ULTRA (external link press here)
GLASS_TEMPERED GLASS 4 mm
PC CONNECTIVITY_ANY DEVICE WITH HDMI+USB USING WINDOWS / ANDROID / LINUX / MAC OS X / CHROME OS
FRAME/LEGS_METAL ST37 - 3 & 6 mm (our design)
Business and social meeting trends have been continuously changing throughout the recent years and new standards for set-up and interior design aim at making meetings more casual and interactive. Dynamic collaboration spaces and customizable workstations are usually provided by touch-screen tables, which are becoming increasingly popular nowadays.
CORING_TWIST can be generally characterized as one of these, but it is not just another touch-screen table. It is a technology integrated furniture system with unique characteristics, as it can accommodate up to 6 people with space for their personal items or beverages. Its rotating table system allows any of its users to customize and use as his/her own personal computer “on-the-fly”. All of these 6 people can use the touch-screen table at a standing or sitting position, as long as the other can rest in a semi-standing or sitting relaxing position. This resting area can be easily removed in order for the table to be used in a different fashion.
In terms of pc system connectivity, CORING_TWIST is very versatile, as long as the UI of the touch-screen system is "plug and play" and nearly every OS devise can connect and function with this. This characteristic allows many different users to convert their own devises easily into a large 43" touch-screen computer, even during the same business meeting. So, CORING_TWIST combines superior elements and incorporates a unique and innovative design, creating a one-of-a–kind piece of furniture necessary in every modern business environment!
AWARDS_GOOD DESIGN AWARD 2018_award
IDA AWARDS 2017_bronze award
EUROPEAN PRODUCT DESIGN AWARD 2019_honorable mention
GERMAN DESIGN AWARD 2019_nomination
CREATIVEPOOL ANNUAL 2018_shortlisted
CORING's time-lapse(making of)