High-quality conference table system
Fina Conference Table
Fina Conference Table
- Various table tops, sizes, shapes and edges
- Various base options
Lead Time Guide: More than 16 weeks
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Each conference is different. With the timelessly beautiful series Fina Conference, the most diverse table configurations can be created. Different frames and table tops can be combined to fulfill the respective design concept and to provide the required seating space, always forming a visual entity – regardless of whether 4 or 40 places are required. Even extremely large table formats are possible. The especially large round table top is supported by a four column frame consisting of polished die cast aluminium feet and of chrome plated steel tube columns. They make this table particularly sturdy while offering lots of legroom all around.
Thanks to the modular construction of the feet, many different frame variants are possible for fina conference: whether with T-shaped feet (with or without rib) or with Y-shaped feet (with rib). Always convincing: the soft design, reduced to the very essentials.
Modern conference technology calls for a high degree of electrification and signal conduction. That’s why fina conference is optionally available with sophisticated cable management. Different horizontal and vertical cable duct solutions, firm and flexible, create orderliness and safety in the conference room.
For more than 20 years now, the designer Wolfgang C. R. Mezger has been one of the most inspiring progressive thinkers behind the modern office.
The qualified typographer, graduate industrial designer and specialist for executive offices is in demand all over the world. He also has considerable experience in lecturing in London, Berlin and Schwbisch Gmnd.
Harmonious concepts and intelligent details are the hallmark of Mezgers aesthetic philosophy. He finds the answers to complex questions with simple solutions. His feeling for the spirit of the times speaks to the customer as can be seen in projects for Brunner from Germany, Artifort from the Netherlands, Davis from the USA and Allermuir in the UK.