MoreThanFive by Coalesse
Michael Young devised this work table as a weighty counterpart to his LessThanFive carbon fibre chair. The slender cast iron base is topped by translucent glass, which shows off its materiality. Tabletop formats include rectangular, round and square, and the base can be clear coated or painted.
Column by Union Wood Co.
Handmade in Vancouver, Column can be specified with a round or oval top – the curved edges make it comfortable no matter where one is seated. The base pillars are offered in four metallic (or custom) shades, and the surface in various woods with multiple finishes.
Structure by Allsteel
A mix-and-match portfolio, Structure offers different base styles, surface materials and finishes in a range of sizes and heights (including the large meeting version shown). Each table has five standard heights, and surfaces can be integrated with power access and media mounts.
Beluga by Pair
Part of the debut line from California-based office furniture brand Pair, the Beluga table has an unimposing profile. Its base is made from powder-coated steel, while the surface can be etched glass (shown), veneer or laminate. It can also be fitted with power and technology storage.
Today’s conference tables marry form and function with considerable style.