Seville Modern Conference Table

Priced starting at $ 2,157.
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$2,157.00

Plan Your Conference Room to Suit Your Business

 

There is an art to positioning furniture in your conference room. It’s one of the most important components of your room’s design. If you give your plan some thought and experiment a little, you can usually make it work just fine.
Conference rooms are generally large. The furniture is big, and requires special care.
There may be a lot of items you want to fit into your room, but keep it simple, and work only with the tools you really need to have effective meetings.
Think through the functions of your meetings before you decide on your furniture.
Measure your big pieces, put them in place, and allow a comfortable walk space.
Position your big pieces first; this will normally be your conference table and credenza. Then proceed to your smaller pieces.
Try experimenting with different sizes, shapes, and positions.

Getting the Right Pieces  

At 90 Degree Office Concepts, we realize how important the right pieces are. For this reason, our furniture is built from the ground up to fit your office size, shape, materials, and colors.

Product Overview

The Seville Modern Conference Table is designed to be simple, clean, interestingly designed, and affordable. The Seville offers a slight bit of texture against brushed aluminum and a thin, sleek Euro-top. The base is done in unique geometric shapes with an air of simplicity. It’s available in several material and colors.

Size flexibility : The Seville Modern Conference Table is available in the size that best fits your space and attendee application. All you need to do is consult with your office furniture design coordinator for any help you need to create a suitable fit.  

The Conference-Table Design Concept Shown Here

The Seville Modern Conference Table shown here is 48" x 108" x 29"H, and is presented in a white, gray, and beige slightly textured laminate plus angled base with brushed metal. Priced at: $2,157.

Don’t see exactly what you have in mind? Ask your design coordinator for assistance. 

Plan Your Conference Room to Suit Your Business

 

There is an art to positioning furniture in your conference room. It’s one of the most important components of your room’s design. If you give your plan some thought and experiment a little, you can usually make it work just fine.
Conference rooms are generally large. The furniture is big, and requires special care.
There may be a lot of items you want to fit into your room, but keep it simple, and work only with the tools you really need to have effective meetings.
Think through the functions of your meetings before you decide on your furniture.
Measure your big pieces, put them in place, and allow a comfortable walk space.
Position your big pieces first; this will normally be your conference table and credenza. Then proceed to your smaller pieces.
Try experimenting with different sizes, shapes, and positions.

Getting the Right Pieces  

At 90 Degree Office Concepts, we realize how important the right pieces are. For this reason, our furniture is built from the ground up to fit your office size, shape, materials, and colors.

Product Overview

The Seville Modern Conference Table is designed to be simple, clean, interestingly designed, and affordable. The Seville offers a slight bit of texture against brushed aluminum and a thin, sleek Euro-top. The base is done in unique geometric shapes with an air of simplicity. It’s available in several material and colors.

Size flexibility : The Seville Modern Conference Table is available in the size that best fits your space and attendee application. All you need to do is consult with your office furniture design coordinator for any help you need to create a suitable fit.  

The Conference-Table Design Concept Shown Here

The Seville Modern Conference Table shown here is 48" x 108" x 29"H, and is presented in a white, gray, and beige slightly textured laminate plus angled base with brushed metal. Priced at: $2,157.

Don’t see exactly what you have in mind? Ask your design coordinator for assistance.