Furniture design

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Relvāokellermann and Gumpo craft the Dito Workbench – effortlessly providing convenient and effective workspace solutions.

Skillfully featuring a hidden management tray that brilliantly provides a solution for keeping cables in place, German-based Relvāokellermann and Gumpo have come together to fabricate – the ‘Dito Workbench’.

Continuing their successful partnership, this piece of furniture is the latest addition to Normcore – their joint collection.

“Inspired by the Dito Conference Table launched in 2018, this bench is also based on a simple system of tops, trestles and wooden crossbars” says Relvāokellermann.

The focus of this fuss-free workbench design is based on the key functions of a modern desk – cables can be laid through the trestles into the central cable tray and perfectly hidden from sight.


In addition the tray further provides space where accessories including lamps, screening walls, monitors from various suppliers can be seamlessly inserted – clearing up space on this product’s worktop.

With handy functions and technology that are easy to integrate, there‘s however nothing overtly technical about the Dito Workbench – minimalistic, clean and serenely stylish, it simply takes Relvāokellermann and Gumpo’s design one step further.

Comprising a great range of widths and depths that make for an amazing variety of workstations – the sliding table top offers easy access to the tray and to the power strip inside.

Made primarily from timber products, opening up infinite design potential – there are a wide variety of finish options for the substructure and worktops, from great-value melamine coating to veneer, super-matt and other laminates.

“Gumpo is a woodworking company and is therefore able to meet specific customer and architect requirements. This object is produced and assembled in the Bavarian city of Dingolfing, at their manufacturary” Relvāokellermann adds.



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