recently Magis introduced this version of the LEM with a wooden top and new design for the central joint of the legs.
By unclasping a simple grip under the table top the 'Lem' table height can be adjusted from a coffee table to a dining table and vv. A steelspring is loaded when the table is pushed in the lower position.

The top in glass reinforced black polyamide comes also in wood, the legs are in cromed steelpipe . The three injection molded polycarbonate 'feet' include each two ball joints.

The LEM adjustable table is in the permanent collection of good design in the Louvre Museum.

'LEM' adjustable table for Magis

design: Andries and Hiroko van Onck, 1985
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