the stately table.
actually, this eames‘ table seems almost too beautiful for a mundane conference room – even if that’s exactly what it was intended for. in this size and with this impressive rosewood tabletop, one imagines contract negotiations between world market leaders, at least (or just a very large family with a lot of tastes.
the segmented table system was designed by ray & charles eames in 1964. the modular principle made it possible to cover all needs with a minimum of material and working time: from conference tables to individual workstations, from cafeteria tables to executive desks. the table frame consists of individual modules that can be assembled according to the requirements of the table size. in addition, there are plates in different shapes and sizes – so with this system, many different tables could be put together for all purposes. the frames are made of cast aluminum and tubular steel, the plates are available in different sizes, shapes and surfaces.
here we have a round segmented table, the table-top is made of the classic ‚brazilian rosewood veneer‘, which has an exciting grain, and was protected with a semicircular rubber edge. the size can seat up to ten people – ideal for a conference room with character or for a large dining room at home. the table comes with the legally required cites-certificate (‚convention on international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora‘).
eames conference table, segmented table series, diameter 2 meters, top rio rosewood, with cites, fully restored.