If doors have the most design impact on a building or room . . . TABLES have the most:
The Board Room
This 12’ conference room table was created by laminating 4” X 12” reclaimed timbers from a demolished Pacific NW warehouse. At 45” X 144” it is sized for a large conference room. Many old re-sawn markings were retained for added character. Surface sanding was performed to provide a smooth working surface without sacrificing attractive aging colorations.
At a working height of 31″, the table’s heavy curved metal legs are satin black using a powder coating process. The legs allow for a boxed beam connecting the 3 leg segments together in a firm and rigid support base. The boxed beam hides internal wiring that feeds electric and electronic connections on the tabletop.
The final finish uses 3 coats of catalyzed lacquer which provides a long-lasting and durable finish.
Tables and Chairs… what the room is all about…