Boardroom Table Design for Hamilton District Christian High School
Another boardroom table design I finished recently, this time for the Hamilton District Christian High School in Hamilton, Ontario, CA. The table is currently being handcrafted by Drew Neven & Steven Voortman from the Hammertown Industrial Furniture in Canada. I call it a “Happy Table”, don’t you think it looks HAPPY?
Boardroom table’s top frame consists of 2″x 2″ steel angle, and 1″x1″ tubing. It is divided into several sections made of concrete, steel and wooden planks. HDCH’s logo will be laser cut from a steel plate (part of the top surface), powder coated and re-inserted into the same plate. Logo’s rectangular element projections extending to the floor become the supporting column under one side of this table.
The two wooden planks further dividing table’s top on its opposite end rest on top of wooden columns / legs. All the remaining spaces in the frame will be filled with concrete.
Actual table pictures will be posted as soon as they are available.
Please let me know if you’d like to make a statement with a unique conference room table custom designed and handcrafted for your company.
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Darek @ (847) 281-5131
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