Board/Conference Tables

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  • William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust; Chapel Hill, NC
    Octagonal board table in mahogany and leather. Architect designed;
    solid mahogany with a kid-leather top;
    the unusual shape echoes the octagonal detailing in the room’s ceiling;
    the wood lines in the top show where each section begins and ends;
    built off-site and assembled in the room, with the sections being brought
    in via a crane through the fifth-floor room’s large windows.
  • Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton; Raleigh, NC
    Boat-shaped conference table in cherry, satin wood, and granite. Designed by us;
    solid cherry, with cherry and satinwood veneers, and a granite writing surface; computer connections in the top go through the bases to outlets in the floor;
    built in 1996 for one office and subsequently dissembled and moved by us to two other locations;
    refurbished by us in 2011 after the client’s most recent move.
  • Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton; Raleigh, NC
    Detail of the Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton table. Table detail:
    the bright satinwood band and the reverse-diamond layout of the veneers provide interest in what could otherwise have been a rather somber top;
    not visible is the steel substructure supporting the weighty granite;
    steel allows the edge profile of the table to be thin;
    if the support were wood, the top would be too thick to accommodate knees.
  • Glaxo Smith Kline; Research Triangle Park, NC
    Board table detail—cherry, mahogany, marble. Architect designed;
    cherry veneers and mahogany solids with alabaster inlays in the top and spacers in the legs;
    this is one of two rounded ends of the racetrack-shaped table which was built to be taken apart and reconfigured as needed.