Designed by Axis Design Europe
Brochure stand Toro W forms part of the Toro series, designed by the English bureau Axis Design. Distinctive features of the products in this series are the elegant design and functional accents. Various brochure holders can be attached to the Toro W. Three are supplied as standard.
in textured finish epoxy coated steel
in metallic grey epoxy coated aluminium
29cm x 110cm x 20cm
The attractive ledges fit into the Toro W’s 10 grooves. You can play with the height of the brochure holders to your heart’s content.
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