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Lecterns

A lectern is an indispensable piece of furniture when you have a large lecture for many people, teach in auditoriums, hold conferences in large rooms or teach a smaller group of people. 

A lectern defines the private space and authority as a speaker, whilst providing you with space and tools at hand where you can put notes, paper and other important remedies. In addition, the rostrum works as a perfect base when performing.

How to choose the right lectern?

If you choose an open lectern, there will be free viewing to, for example wires, paper and other objects. It may be an advantage, if you want to create an informal mood where there is room for improvisation and dialogue. 

The open lectern fits well into smaller rooms where lectures and teaching are held for a smaller group of people. In addition, an open lectern is a soft expression that fits into most rooms and does not take too much focus.

The semi open lectern is a perfect combination for both unformal lectures and more formal lectures. This design makes it available to hide papers, computer and water but still have the open sides. 

The full front can be useful for logo’s and brand names.

A closed lectern expresses integrity and defines space for exclusivity. A closed lectern has a high level of stability, which ensures 100 percent discretion when you host important conferences or lectures. You can easily hide everything from technical equipment to folders and notes in a closed lectern. 

If you choose a closed roctrum, you will have a lectern that will last for many years in the future, because you have the opportunity to choose a color and look that fits exactly into your existing interior.

Equipment for the lectern

Microphone
Consider whether the speaker must walk around the stage and want a headset or if it is enough that the speaker has a handheld microphone. Perhaps the speaker needs a built-in microphone in the lectern?

Light source
Should your lectern only be used for speeches, then it may be useful that your lectern has fitted a light source that you can adjust as needed.

This product was designed by

Mikkel Bahr

The keyword of Mikkel Bahr’s designs is simplicity – in both the expression and the production.
And yet he still manages to add a little bit of crookedness to his products that gives them personality and recognisability.