The design responds to the shrinking size of conference rooms and the need to adapt to evolving technologies.
Inspired by modern architecture and made possible by advances in structural engineering, the ultra-thin tabletop, which is less than one inch at its thickest point, can span up to 20 feet in length and tapers to a fine edge.
With a rectangular tabletop shape, the Traverse V collection features a simple canted leg design echoed on either side of the table to eliminate the need for a center support. The minimalist silhouette of the Traverse X collection is achieved through a simple, visible cross structure.
Power and data connectivity is concealed under the tabletop in a “tech cradle.” This ensures a clean, cable-free workspace while supporting the continued evolution of technology with the arrival of wireless power.
The tables are available in 14 attractive finishes including traditional wood veneers and reconstituted wood in a variety of colors and patterns.
Find out more on Okamura’s website.
Design patents in the EU, Japan and China
Design patent pending in the U.S.
Tech Cradle design patent pending in the U.S.
Architectural Record – Product of the Year
Best of NeoCon – Gold Award Conference Room Furniture