Slice n Dice

designed by Studio Verco

Slice lounge tables offer the ideal work surface for use with soft seating units,  settees and sofas.  The solid wire chrome frame supports a slim profile trapezoidal work-surface featuring a useful handle to assist positioning of the table while in a sitting position. The combination of slim-line work-surface, the modern shape and materials used speak volumes regarding the flexibility and durability of this versatile table.

Dice tables offer a versatile, robust and flexible work surface for use with soft seating units, settees and sofas. The frame in either white or black satin finish, supports a slim profile trapezoidal work-surface featuring a useful handle to assist positioning of the table while in a sitting position. The Dice-Up table offers even greater versatility and flexibility, being height adjustable, allowing the table to be used in many different situations and is available in Gloss white, black or silver finish.

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Slice 'n' Dice Coffee Tables

Lounge table. Solid wire chrome finish base.

450 x 550 x 650

Lounge and adjustable height tables. White, black or silver finish standard with chrome finish optional extra.

450 x 550 x 450 – 740

Lounge and adjustable height tables. White, black or silver finish standard with chrome finish optional extra.

450 x 550 x 650

White Laminate
White Laminate
Black Laminate

SLC 1 – 450 x 550 x 650
DCE 1 – 450 x 550 x 650
DCE 2 – 450 x 550 x 450

Verco Office Furniture Limited manufacture all products under the stringent BS EN ISO 9001:2008 quality assurance standard. Products are continually tested to ensure they conform to the strength and stability requirements of British and European performance standards. Verco is committed to continually improving the environmental impact of our activities, products and services and to continually improving our environmental performance. BS EN ISO 14001:2004 specifies the requirements for an environmental management system (ems), which provides the framework for Verco to control any impact. Time taken at the design stage of any product can have an immediate and fundamental effect on that product’s environmental impact. From the careful selection of materials to maximise the recycled content and to minimise both the energy and CO2 footprints, to the ‘end of life’ recycleability of the component parts, particular consideration has been given to the environmental impact at every stage from the design concept through to final production.