From Perfect to Champion
The invention of the desk was as simple as it was ingenious. In principle, it’s just a board with legs. But for the user, it’s much more. Without a desk, people would scatter their papers all over the room and balance the computer on their knees. Our working world is no longer imaginable without desks. Thoughts turned to ergonomics and organization of work rather early. But people had barely thought about a children’s learning station.
In 1974, moll unveiled the Perfect, the first desk for children and teens that was height-adjustable and grew with them. After countless product innovations, and 40 years, today’s top-of-the-line model, the Champion, has arrived.
moll is the inventor — Milestones of development
1960 - the first rotatable filing cabinet was introduced to market
1974 - presentation of the world’s first height-adjustable desk for children and teens
1997 - market launch of the world’s first desk with a giant drawer
2006 - the patented mechanical quick height adjustment “Express” reaches the market
2008 - the patented height adjustment “Comfort” reaches the market
2012 - the patented tilting mechanism with cable pull and safety clutch for self-service by children recahes the market