Multi-purpose unit: Little Friend by Fritz Hansen

Fritz Hansen launched the Little Friend, a height-adjustable table. Designed by Kasper Salto, the table is designed for small electronics such as laptops and notebooks, as well as old-fashioned reading materials like novels and magazines.  Little Friend moves from 50 cm to 73 cm, while the fixed version measures 60 cm in height. Both have a diameter of 45 cm. Little Friend comes with a top in compact laminate or wood veneer with a base of chromed steel or colored lacquer and a polished aluminum foot. The adjustable version borrows its center design from a telescope tube, enabling the table to move while remaining compact. 

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