NUMBER 8 CONFERENCE TABLE

NUMBER 8 CONFERENCE TABLE

Designed to quietly resonate within the surroundings of a sensitively refurbished listed 18th century Georgian building. To seat 24 (3 at either end), the table top features selected bookmatched figured sapele, inlaid with a band of ebony chevrons, with solid mahogany reeded edging and a fluted mahogany apron. The table's base is a contemporary take on traditional pedestals. The tabletop is ported for power and data; the port covers are integrated seamlessly using matched veneer.  

696cm (274") long x 240cm (94.5") wide x 76cm (30") high, or to suit

NUMBER 8 CONFERENCE TABLE

NUMBER 8 CONFERENCE TABLE

The table's base is a contemporary take on traditional pedestals. The tabletop is ported for power and data; the port covers are integrated seamlessly using matched veneer.  

CELTIC CONFERENCE TABLE

CELTIC CONFERENCE TABLE

A conference table that tells a story, in intricate marquetry  motifs. The patterns conceal data and power ports, and microphones for videoconferencing. Custom sizes, configurations, timber and marquetry motifs upon request.

CELTIC CONFERENCE TABLE, MARUETRY DETAIL

CELTIC CONFERENCE TABLE, MARUETRY DETAIL

A conference table that tells a story, in intricate marquetry  motifs. The patterns conceal data and power ports, and microphones for videoconferencing. Custom sizes, configurations, timber and marquetry motifs upon request.

CLEFT BANQUET TABLE

CLEFT BANQUET TABLE

Available in custom sizes, in a choice of timbers. 

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BERLIN CONFERENCE/BANQUET TABLE

BERLIN CONFERENCE/BANQUET TABLE

Banquet table and chairs with display cabinets in walnut and steel, commissioned by the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Office of Public Works for the Embassy of Ireland Residence, Berlin, a listed building.

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BERLIN CONFERENCE/BANQUET TABLE, CHAIRS, SIDEBOARD

BERLIN CONFERENCE/BANQUET TABLE, CHAIRS, SIDEBOARD

Banquet table and chairs with display cabinets in walnut and steel, commissioned by the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Office of Public Works for the Embassy of Ireland Residence, Berlin, a listed building.

Photo by plpix.com