Do tables have to be symmetrical?

Tano, the table that likes to be unconventional

Small and large learning teams, concentrated individual work, group work or full-class activities: Tano – our new asymmetrical stackable table – can be combined in as many different ways as there are forms of learning. It enriches learning landscapes thanks to its geometry, mobility and multitude of possible uses. In this way, it points the way towards more versatile teaching.

A dazzling array of combinations

How do you want to arrange Tano? We have all sorts of suggestions. But you (or your students) will undoubtedly think of more.

The layout variations  Icon in PDF format ... (51.8 KB)

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Many elegant details

One thing that makes Tano unique is the movable satchel hook. It doesn’t stick out at the bottom, meaning that the tables can be stacked even when equipped with hooks. When the hooks are pushed back, the tables can be seamlessly aligned in a row.


Under the table top, there is room for a Gratnells tray or – if the table has been prepared for this – for a ReCharge battery unit.

Tano can be stacked up to a height of six units – even with a ReCharge battery unit under the tabletop.

Tano is available in various heights or as a height-adjustable model. Various materials are available for the tabletops, you can choose between a range of finishes, and different colours can be used for the frame. For more information, see the Technical Data sheet.