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The Standard Line Plus Lectern Series---------------------------------


Back view of the Standard Lectern
The STANDARD Line of
Lecterns starts with
a BASIC Lectern

Just your basic lectern, simple design, clean lines, with a multitude of finish and configuration options, this unit fits well in all venues, large and small. The STANDARD features a hardwood veneer exterior. Work surfaces and interior adjustable shelving are furnished in a matte finish plastic laminate. The STANDARD is provided with two adjustable shelves and an inclined desktop surface for lecture material. The STANDARD moves easily over carpeted or hard floors on optional furniture grade casters.


Back view of the 24

The STANDARD Lectern
available in 24" and 32"
wide models.

Overall dimensions: 32"w x 23" deep x 47-1/2" high The STANDARD is also available 24" wide




theSTANDARD+Lectern Options

Back view of the Standard Lectern showing shelving options
32" STANDARD+ with some
of the interior configuration
options shown.

There are over seven levels of configuration
options for the STANDARD Lectern.

Explore all STANDARD+ Lectern Options



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The STANDARD Line Furniture

A lectern (from the Latin lectus, past participle of legere, "to read") is a reading desk with a slanted top, usually placed on a stand or affixed to some other form of support, on which documents or books are placed as support for reading aloud, as in a scripture reading, lecture, or sermon. To facilitate eye-contact and improve posture when facing an audience, lecterns may have adjustable height and slant. People generally use lecterns while standing

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Lecturn Atop A Podium

A podium (plural podia) is a platform that is used to raise something to a short distance above its surroundings. It derives from the Greek πόδι (foot) In architecture a building can rest on a large podium. Podia can also be used to raise people, for instance the conductor of an orchestra stands on a podium as do many public speakers. Podium has also come to mean the object a speaker stands behind and sets papers or books upon even when it is at floor level, though the correct term for that item is lectern. The terms are not identical; one typically stands on a podium, but one typically stands behind a lectern.

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