For a lot of offices, the open floor plan has become a common workspace design because it helps to foster collaboration among co-workers. Assigned seating is part of the culture of offices past. For example, a company’s CEO may sit alongside employees from different departments.
We are then left with the conference room. How do we keep the collaborative, open workspace design in our boardroom, a space that should be dedicated to daily meetings? The solution is the new trend in conference tables — clean, smooth lines.
Q by Herman Miller
Many conference rooms double as training spaces. With modular tables you can add more tables for larger meetings or use just one for a more intimate training session.
Intersect by Herman Miller
Sometimes space can be a commodity and conference rooms serve as as a kitchen or media space. With freestanding and foldable tables you can re-arrange your space to fit your needs. They also provide a fresh and clean look that won’t take away from your existing design.
Preside by HON
By allowing technology to be easily accessible, you are setting up your meetings for success. Conference tables are being designed to fit cables, data, power, and audiovisual equipment.
Motivate by HON
Conference room table designs are leaning more toward a clean and sleek line — basically less frills that can make your room professional and chic without trying to impress with large bulky furniture.