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Graham Studios Radius Curve
Radius Curve features robust 6mm "Waterfall" table top trim, with 3mm PVC trim on vertical panels. More seating options are created with the addition of a new smaller utility cabinet and three adjustable metal legs. The multiple interview and co-host areas are created with radius cuts of as much as 180 inches. These large curves are integral to the basic table top and add to the overall appearance of the studio. Radius Curve is available in stand-up or sit-down in 12 configurations that can be modified to suit. All configurations are shipped flat pack or fully assembled.
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