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Anthro Sites™ collection

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Anthro Sites™ tables were designed with human comfort and scale in mind. All hardware is concealed behind graceful bent steel framework, culminating in a design that is contemporary and extremely durable in any setting. Trapezoidal seats allow more seating per table without discomfort, while maintaining ample leg clearance and enhanced access and egress. Structural support is provided by 2-3/8 in (60 mm) tubular steel frames and legs, minimizing the total number of components through a strong and elegantly simple design. Integral welded curved surface-mount tabs provide easy installation.

36 in (914 mm) round steel tabletop. Three backless seats (also available as model N-H-363 with backs).
Handicap accessible. Patented*.

*Covered by one or more of the following: US Patents D687,232 S, D690,976 S, D690,977 S, D690,978 S, D690,979 S, D694,563 S, D694,564 S, D696,884 S, D696,885 S, D697,350 S, D697,351 S, D697,352 S; Canada Reg. Des. pending.


Wood slat seating. Maple, cherry, walnut or gray recycled plastic slat seating. Horizontal steel slat seating. Hole and guide for umbrella pole. Perforated tabletop – round or slot pattern.


All fabricated metal components are steel shotblasted, etched, phosphatized, preheated and electrostatically powder-coated with TGIC polyester powder coatings.

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