Designed by Pelikan & Co
Brochure stand Spring B1 is part of the Spring flexible cloakroom system. Just like the other components from this system designed by Pelikan & Co. it is striking in appearance. The five robust ledges reinforce this image. The four castors mean that the brochure stand is easy to move around.
freestanding with 5 brochure holders A3 format
in black plastic
in textured finish epoxy coated steel
50cm x 169cm x 50cm
The wide ledges put documents up to A3 in size in the spotlights. So it is ideal for larger documents too. Or multiple documents next to each other.
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