Introducing Maglin’s new L-Series

L is for linger. Maglin’s new L-series more than delivers.

With lightweight looks and luxurious lines, this table and benches collection gives off a legendary sit-and-stay-awhile vibe. It’s bound to become your new favorite L-word.

The L-Series is named after its designer, Geoffrey Lilge, who beautifully articulates what’s so special about this linger-worthy table and bench collection: “I sought to deliver a visually lightweight form by creating the main structure with only one piece of formed laser cut steel – a minimal structure reduced to its necessary elements.”

This collection may look lightweight, but it’s built for longevity with a mild steel frame that has up to 61% recycled content and is fully recyclable at end of life. The surface mount table and benches feature countersunk bolts and anchors to create a secure flush mount and the steel lasered and formed ends are e-coated and powder coated for protection. Tabletop and seating surfaces for the L-Series are available in either wood slats (Ipe and Thermally Modified Ash) or steel tube slats which can be painted in a different color than the frame to provide even more visual interest.

The L-series table and bench combination can also be configured for accessibility, which invites everyone to linger together and live more outdoors. The minimalist style and clean lines of Maglin’s L-Series effortlessly blend into any urban location, including school campuses, retail and commercial settings, as well as in hospitality and mixed-use.

Find out more about Maglin’s L-Series

Maglin is a WLA Sponsor

Maglin is one of North America’s leading designers and manufacturers of quality site furnishings.

Maglin’s innovative products will look as good tomorrow as they do today. Whatever the challenge — sunshine, salt spray, skateboards — Maglin site furnishings will continue to perform and suit the needs of many environments.

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