With its long, low profile, the Eames wire base elliptical table sits dramatically in front of a long sofa or in the middle of a chair grouping. It sets a striking stage for displaying mid-century fat lava vases, fresh flowers, magazines, or a special book in a living room, waiting room, reception area, or executive lounge. Finished in either black or white laminate, the table makes a strong and beautiful statement wherever it is.
Line a few of them up to work like a coffee table. Use them as bedside tables. Stack one on top of another to serve as an end table next to a sofa. Scatter them around a room or put them outdoors on your deck or patio. Anywhere you need a small surface that makes a big statement.
Embody began with the recognition of a previously unsolved problem: the lack of physical harmony between people and their technology. Spending too much time interacting with our various devices, moving nothing but our fingers, can make us stiff and tired because our bodies are made to move. With Embody, designers Bill Stumpf and Jeff Weber set out to solve this problem.
Everywhere Tables possess fine lines and a refined aesthetic that complement any space. From conference tables for formal meeting rooms to coffee tables or standing-height occasional tables for more informal settings, Everywhere offers boundless flexibility, enabling any activity that requires an inviting work surface—big or small.
People have always gathered to solve complex problems and generate big ideas. Yet today the stakes are higher, as more organizations rely on innovative thinking for success. Exclave addresses this need by equipping people to be more effective. It’s a thoughtfully cohesive suite of products—from boards that stack, to carts that move them, to tables and rail-hung tools that get everyone involved. Together, these products let people and teams collaborate to develop and share their work more fluidly and spontaneously across the office landscape.
The traditional sofa is a wooden frame covered with padding and upholstery. Designer Mark Goetz turned that tradition inside out, wrapping his sofa in a striking molded wood veneer shell to create both a structural frame and a dramatic profile. Crisp, clean lines and ergonomic support—an instant Herman Miller classic.