Tables. Tables. Tables.

Tables bring both form and function to any workplace environment. And, while function certainly matters, it is the form that creates the ambiance. At bauhaus, we work closely with our clients to ensure that each workspace solution communicates the perfect tone for each individual client. Let’s look at three categories of tables frequently used in modern office design.

Below are some tables that have currently caught our design eye, see more tables on our products page.

Activity Tables
From break rooms to breakout work spaces, activity tables bring people together for conversation, creativity, inspirational brainstorming sessions and so much more.Activity Tables

Above tables from left to right:
Nuvo by Krug & Archimeda by Vitra
Coda by Tuohy & Isla by Mobi
Parfait II by Leland & Tune by Davis

Occasional Tables
Occasional tables offer designers much more freedom in form because their function is quite simple. These tables really have the opportunity to be experienced as art.

Occasional Tables

Above tables from left to right:
Finn by Community & Cylinder by Creative Wood
Capri by ERG & Krusin by Knoll
Lyra by KI & Martini Walnut by Hightower

Conference Tables
Conference tables are the powerhouse of tables. From internal meetings to client meetings, these tables are the centerpiece of where business is conducted. Choosing the appropriate table from the perspectives of both form and function is an essential aspect of creating the perfect workspace solution for all bauhaus clients.

Conference Tables

Above tables from left to right:
Flow by Nucraft & LSM by Knoll
Vidro By Prismatic & Arabesque by Nienkamper
Miro by Watson

Workspace environments are populated with tables, providing ample opportunities for creating the perfect combination of form and function in each workplace solution.