Desks and conference tables feature a timeless design and a variety of shapes, such as round, racetrack, square and rectangular. They are suitable for private office as well as meeting spaces.Share
Desks and conference tables feature a timeless design and a variety of shapes, such as round, racetrack, square and rectangular. They are suitable for private office as well as meeting spaces.
Legs are in aluminium in black epoxy or polished aluminium finish. Multiple sectioned tables have two legs bridging each section, plus two legs at each end, with adjustable black glides.
Tops are in marble or veneer. Marble tops are coated with transparent polyester.
Legs are in black epoxy or aluminium finished.
Tops are available in a variety of marbles and veneers.
Round tables are 123 to 153cm diameter, 73cm H.
Racetracks are from 200 to 246cm W x 100 to 123cm D x 73cm H.
Square Tables are 153cm W x 73cm H.
Rectangular tables vary from 163 to 203cm W x 123cm D x 73cm H.
Conference tables can be built on racetrack or rectangular systems; width varies from 193 to 683cm, fitting from 8 to 22 places, with a depth from 123 to 153cm, and height of 73cm.
Pascal Mourgue had been a wood sculpture student at L'Ecole Boulle and pursued his interest in design and interior architecture at L'Ecole Nationale des Artes Decoratifs in his native France. In 1985, he developed the Pascal table system of conference tables, designed to be easily and attractively combined and interchanged to suit new commercial needs, especially those of the emerging home office. Lauded for his modern yet timeless style, Pascal Mourgue's product designs for both home and office illustrate his belief that utility and fine art are not mutually exclusive. A consummate artist, Mourgue's designs extend well beyond the realm of furniture to include sail boats; crystal, glass and ceramic objects; showrooms and houses.