A home office that feels like home.
With pisa, TEAM 7 is breaking new ground in home offices. The desk is made of pure solid wood and combines modern office features with the appeal of a natural home environment. The diagonal lifting column is both a design feature and an innovative piece of technology. It allows the desktop to be electrically adjusted to any height from 67 – 115 cm. The pisa desk can be adapted to meet your requirements to the nearest millimetre, for use in a sitting or standing position. Pictures and pinboards on the wall are no problem, because the table top automatically moves forward slightly as it rises. pisa’s light, slender style means it combines superbly with other TEAM 7 furniture ranges, transforming your home working space into a wohnofficeT7.
Even more functional features.
A flush-fitted, magnetic cable outlet in the table top ensures that cables vanish elegantly into an almost invisible cable channel below, which includes a 6-way power socket board. For mobile devices there is also an optional, flush-fitted, media flip top with a dual power point, USB A and USB C chargers. An additional top unit is available for the desk, which includes a storage shelf and can be finished in any TEAM 7 fabric or leather colour, to match the TEAM 7 chairs and the pisa pedestal. An optional LED light strip can be added on request to provide comfortable light for working. Another optional feature is the almost invisible desk drawer, for extra storage space.
To match the pisa desk there is also a pisa mobile pedestal in solid wood, which combines elegant design with functionality. The upwardly tapering edges of the unit sides form a practical border wall around the leather-covered storage surface. Depending on individual storage needs, the pisa pedestal is available in two widths: with drawers, or with drawers and a hinged door. An optional lock can be fitted on the top drawer. The drawer fronts are available in wood, leather or natural leather – matching the TEAM 7 chairs. The soft castors are also suitable for more delicate types of flooring in your living room or bedroom.
All dimensions, materials and versions at a glance.
Your creativity is boundless? So is the variety of our furniture. In this model overview we will show you all the planning and design options of our custom-made solid wood furniture.
Resilient, robust and firm: oak.
Our oak grows just a stone’s throw away in sustainably managed forests in Austria, Germany and Hungary. A greyish-yellow to yellowish-brown heartwood is characteristic of this firm and particularly resilient wood. It grows in clearly visible even tree rings and darkens slightly in sunlight. Oak owes its unique appearance to its strikingly broad wood rays, which, depending on the direction of the wood, become visible as typical, large, iridescent mirrors or as dark strokes.
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Resilient, robust and finished by us: oak white oil.
Our oak grows here in Austria, as well as in forests in Germany and Hungary. A greyish-yellow to yellowy-brown heartwood is characteristic of this firm and particularly resilient wood. It grows in clearly-visible, even tree rings. We have finished the premium wood of our oak white oil surface with a special oil that prevents the natural darkening of the oak and makes it brighter. Oak owes its unique appearance to its strikingly broad wood rays, which, depending on the direction of the wood, become visible as typical, large, iridescent mirrors or as dark strokes.
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Distinctive, natural and durable: wild oak.
Our oak grows in Germany, Austria and Hungary. We use the special type of “wild oak” for our fronts, table tops and beds. Its firm wood beautifully reveals its natural character and charm with a distinctive grain pattern and visible knotholes. Oak owes its unique appearance to its strikingly broad wood rays, which, depending on the direction of the wood, become visible as typical, large, iridescent mirrors or as dark strokes.
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Distinctive, natural and finished by us: wild oak white oil.
We treat the firm, heavily patterned wild oak wood of this surface with a natural white oil that lightens it and prevents darkening. We use the finished wood that comes from Germany, Austria and Hungary for our fronts, table tops and beds. Oak owes its unique appearance to its strikingly broad wood rays, which, depending on the direction of the wood, become visible as typical, large, iridescent mirrors or as dark strokes.
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Noble, dark and elegant: walnut.
Austria, Slovenia and Hungary are home to our walnut trees. The noble living grained wood has hues that range from light brown to black brown and sometimes show a red or purple sheen. Regular sunlight lightens the wood’s colour. Walnut is hard and maintains its shape – it is almost impossible to wear out the extremely resilient wood.
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Rustic, precious and lively: wild walnut.
We deliberately select wild walnut with natural characteristics. The wood is allowed to continue living with all its knotholes and original lively pattern in your home. This way the knots and cracks adapt naturally to the indoor climate and change over time. Regular sunlight lightens the colour. The character of the wood is distinctly more rustic than with traditional walnut. Wild walnut is hard, maintains its shape and is extremely resilient to wear and tear – this is why we use it for our fronts, table tops and beds.
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Intensive, precious and resilient: cherry.
Whether it comes from sustainable forests in Austria, Hungary or Romania: the deciduous wood from our cherry trees is perfect for producing premium solid wood furniture. It is highly resilient, close-grained and always reveals different facets of its beauty. This is because ist colour spectrum ranges from a yellowish or reddish brown through to an intense dark red brown. The colour darkens slightly when exposed to sunlight.
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Durable, lively and distinctive beech heartwood.
Our beech grows in the direct vicinity in sustainable forests in Austria and Germany. Its heartwood is hard and heavy and is characterised by a lively and distinctive wood look. Differences in colour, knots and small knotholes are typical. Natural coloured wood portions create a lively, distinctive grain pattern in the beech heartwood.
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Solid, firm, and yet subtle: beech.
Local sources are important to us. Our beech wood comes from sustainable European forests in Austria and Germany. The colour of the wood is aesthetically nuanced and varies between bright yellow and reddish brown. The colour darkens slightly when regularly exposed to sunlight. Beech wood is heavy and firm and its structure makes it particularly easy to process.
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Warm, red and charismatic: alder.
Our alder wood comes from sustainably managed forests in Hungary and Poland. It is characterised by a warm, red and golden colour that darkens slightly in the sunlight. Alder is a fast-growing medium-hard species of wood that is finely grained and is perfect for processing. And the best thing about it: its light colour variants and medullary rays make each piece of furniture made from alder unique.
- polar white
- antique white
- sludge brown
- dark brown
- light grey
- medium grey
- Canvas 114
- Canvas 124
- Canvas 134
- Canvas 154
- Canvas 174
- Canvas 244
- Canvas 264
- Canvas 364
- Canvas 424
- Canvas 614
- Canvas 654
- Canvas 674
- Canvas 694
- Canvas 734
- Canvas 764
- Canvas 794
- Canvas 854
- Canvas 954
- Canvas 974
- Canvas 984
- Clara 144
- Clara 148
- Clara 184
- Clara 188
- Clara 248
- Clara 273
- Clara 384
- Clara 388
- Clara 544
- Clara 884
- Clara 888
- Clara 933
- Clara 983
- Clara 987
- Maple 102
- Maple 132
- Maple 162
- Maple 192
- Maple 232
- Maple 662
- Maple 722
- Maple 732
- Maple 742
- Maple 762
- Maple 792
- Maple 862
- Ripley 01
- Ripley 10
- Ripley 11
- Ripley 13
- Ripley 16
- Ripley 22
- Ripley 35
- Ripley 36
Show your true colours. We will be glad to help.
The best of both worlds.
We combine the two things that make our work with solid wood even better: the latest technology and traditional Austrian craftsmanship.
Solid wood is healthy. But it’s addictive.
Be inspired by our interior designs and find out how TEAM 7 furniture can make all of your rooms more beautiful and natural.
Good design is not just valuable, it’s also full of values.
TEAM 7 stands for first-class design with a clear philosophy. Design with a timeless quality that places a special emphasis on nature, instead of trying to restrain or subdue it.
"Whether it’s a museum for Viktor Frankl, your own home, a fountain pen for Hugo Boss or a kitchen for TEAM 7. Whatever the criteria, all these designs have one crucial thing in common: the idea.
The important thing is the added value for people that can be created through this. With sophisticated details or innovative features. Ideas generally arise within the tight constraints of given parameters. That’s why I see good design as being the constant development of new aspects derived from an analysis of the “usage”."
The most ingenious thing about wood: easy maintenance.
Wood naturally features unique self-cleaning properties. As a result only minimal effort is required on your part to keep your TEAM 7 furniture looking just as good in decades to come as it does today.
We don’t just take on orders. We also take on responsibility.
We think that our company should accept responsibility for its decisions. That’s why we stand 100% behind ours. Producing perfect solid wood for our customer is important to us – but the entire product process is also an integral part of this for us. That’s why we treat our partners, our employees and nature as they deserve to be treated: fairly.
We love wood.
We love what we do – as can be seen in every piece of finished furniture. This is because innovation and a pioneering spirit are our innermost aspirations. We know everything about our forests and about wood as a material. We treat wood with respect in the production of our furniture, combining innovative technology with traditional craftsmanship.