The HiLow 2 desk offers the opportunity to switch healthily between sitting and standing working positions. The depth of the desk top allows plenty of space for a keyboard and monitor, arm support and a good viewing distance to both monitor and papers. The frame is designed to offer extra legroom. The desk is available with both electronic height adjustment and manual adjustment.
HiLow 2 complies with EU and DK Working Environment Authority requirements for a flexible and ergonomic workstation.
HiLow 2 is available in many different sizes and designs and with a wide range of surfaces and colours. In addition to the 11 standard sizes, the table can also be ordered in custom measurements.
Choose from a wide selection of desk components, such as cable grommet, tabletop socket, lamp holder, mounted waste paper basket and pen tray. If you prefer a mobile desk, HiLow 2 is also available on casters.Read More
Frame: The frame is made in powder coated steel and comes with round leg profile or square leg profile.
Tabletop: Compo lacquer, laminate, silk laminate, compact laminate with black core, linoleum, veneer and nano laminate
Frame: Available in powder coated steel in Aluminium, Black or Snow and with round leg profile as well as in glossy chrome.
Tabletop: You can see samples of all surfaces, tabletop colours and frame colours at all Montana retailers.
The tabletops come with lacquered edges as standard, which match the top surface. On tables with veneer surfaces, the edge is stained in a matching colour.
Height adjustment: The height of HiLow 2 can be adjusted electronically from 63.5-127 cm and manually from 70-90 cm. Tables with manual height adjustment can be upgraded to electric height adjustment.
Maximum load: Up to 130 kg, evenly distributed across the tabletop.
Cable tray: A cable tray is included in all models except the 60 cm-wide tables.
Peter J. LassenDENMARK
“Creating good design demands honesty and respect.”
Peter J. Lassen is the man behind Montana, whose simple and functional designs have become classics.
From a career as a naval officer, Peter J. Lassen switched to the furniture industry in 1954, and worked with the architects Arne Jacobsen, Jørn Utzon, Piet Hein and Verner Panton for many years. His association with these architects can be seen clearly in the clean lines of his design. He founded Montana Møbler A/S in Hårby, on the Danish island of Funen in 1982.
Besides the Montana system design, the business program Montana CO16, Monterey,
Skyline, Wardrobe, Bathroom and Sound Peter J. Lassen has worked with Joakim Lassen on the HiLow height-adjustable desks and the Multi Table collections, and with Andreas Hansen on the AP chair collection.
Peter J. Lassen is a member of the board for Montana Møbler A/S and, together with his son, Joakim Lassen, takes an active role in marketing and product development.