pictured: Arch confernce table 18′d x 29″h. Six Steel arches are joined at their bases, where they cross, and at the top with a tension ring, to form a stable structure carrying the outside of the large round top, with 6 smaller arches supporting the inside of the top. The arches from both Arch sets touch the ground in a circle that corresponds with the inside diameter of the top, so that the entire Stone or Glass top is cantilevered out past the floor support points. The Copper skirt has a horizontal Brush pattern.
Arch Round Conference Table
The large table tops are in multiple sections with several shape options for the interior opening. The top tension rings hold the table together so therefore cannot be interrupted to allow access to the table center. Large diameters only from 15' to 25' as the form does not translate to smaller sizes.
Clear, Frosted (Green or Blue), Back-Painted (Silver or White) and "Scratched" glass tops are available with a Clear border ("Patterned") option. Clear & Diffused Glass tops expose the table structure whereas Back-painted Glass is opaque. Glass Conference Tables to 30' in multiple pieces with a Blasted Steel T-bar between to stabilize and separate the sections from each other.
Stone tops have a Blasted or Hand-chiseled border. Options include Absolute Black Granite (Honed or Polished), Cleft Black Slate and Honed Jerusalem Limestone (Gray or Beige). Stone Conference Tables to 30' in multiple pieces with a powder-coated T-bar between to stabilize and separate the sections from each other.
Tube Steel rails are painted contrasting colors (Silver & Black) to define the 2 sets of 6 arcs providing interior and exterior support. The skirt can be specified in a variety of materials including Stainless Steel, Copper and wood veneer.
Wiring access is through the Steel arcs and a center teleconferencing module can be added with 6 monitors and cameras.