Continue – Scandinavian form and function in harmony

In Continue, we have recognised the need for a stylish table in different versions, for all types of meetings. The table is designed by Berg & Hindenes and has a flexible structure which makes it easy to adapt according to the setting it is used in.

EFG developed Continue in collaboration with the Berg & Hindenes design duo and created a table where Scandinavian form, function and flexibility are in absolute harmony. With no legs to get in the way, Continue’s stylish design creates a light and airy impression. The flexible design means many different types of tables can be created from very few parts to suit any room you choose. Continue is made using a large proportion of wood, which makes it stable and creates a warm, lived-in atmosphere in any setting. Because Continue can be made as long as you like with very few legs, it’s suitable for all types of meetings and can be combined with many different types of chairs, which also makes for easy furnishing. Through your choice of materials and colours, Continue will allow you to work with everything from the sober Scandinavian style to a table that truly stands out from the crowd.

In line with EFG’s design philosophy, the table is manufactured using sustainable and recycled materials and with parts that can be replaced to update the table over time. Wooden edging instead of metal provides for a lower carbon footprint. The table’s wooden ribs are made with glued joints, thus minimising waste. Tabletops are available in FSC® certified* material. Continue will be marked with the Möbelfakta label.


10 advantages of Continue:

  • Scandinavian design
  • Stylish and characteristic
  • Flexible construction
  • Can be any length
  • Few legs give an airy expression
  • Available in different sizes, shapes and materials
  • Suitable for many environments
  • Strong and durable materials
  • Available with table tops in FSC® certified* wood
  • Will be marked with Möbelfakta
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