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Influenced by the process of forging and shaping metal along with a strong history of steel craftsmanship, Versteel recently introduced Troupe Gathering tables.
While the simplicity of design and construction is critical to the product’s development process, Troupe, designed exclusively for Versteel by Qdesign, is inspired by the striking possibilities of steel in architecture. Using steel as its medium, Troupe’s tapered legs are formed and layered into an inverted shape resulting in a unique leg profile with strong lines and a subtle softness.
The series was designed to be marketable and functional in a variety of settings and takes its name from the definition of the word, Troupe — a group or grouping that typically travels together. True to its name, the product line consists of a family of solutions designed to complement one another. Troupe Gathering tables, the first in this collection, are ideal for open offices, conference rooms, student lounges, education, flexible seating arrangements, and more.
Troupe Gathering tables are available in three top shapes: rectangle, round, and square, as well as three table heights: 30″, 36″, and 42″. Troupe’s distinct leg profile can be highlighted by combining powder coat colors for dual-tone or monochromatic color schemes.
For more information visit www.versteel.com.
Through decades of innovation and dedication, Versteel has designed and manufactured highly functional, precision-engineered, durable contract furniture from its Jasper, Indiana-based facilities for its discerning clientele around the world. Consistently delivering product with a high level of quality and rigorous attention to detail, Versteel constantly evolves to operate at the highest possible level for its customers.