Conference Tables

Designer conference tables for a unique meeting room

Choose a high-quality table to host meetings in the office, to furnish conference or executive rooms or to organise formal meetings. In a single collection we have gathered the best design models in order to offer impeccable aesthetics and maximum comfort. Choose oval or round tables to improve ergonomics and communication, or rectangular tables to accommodate a larger number of staff. Whether small or with 8 or 12 seats, a meeting table must also stand out for its looks: make room for elegant glass, marble or wooden structures.

  • Adelchi living room table with solid legs

    Dining Table

    Starting from €4,579

    Adelchi living room table with solid wood legs and metal central crosspiece. Shaped glass or wooden top.

  • Big Table by Bonaldo with colourful legs

    Big Table
    Design Table

    Starting from €2,880

    Big Table with coloured legs by Bonaldo; fixed or extending dining table; lacquered, solid wood or ceramic stone top.

  • Giano design marble table by Cattelan

    Design Table

    Starting from €4,194

    Giano is a designer marble table by Cattelan featuring a single central plinth and Carrara marble, Keramik stone or wood top.

Size and materials: choosing the perfect conference room table

At the heart of a modern office, the conference table must meet certain requirements to be functional and fill its purpose. First of all, the shape can be round, oval or rectangular, depending on how meetings are usually held and the space available. The second factor is size: conferance tables are usually quite big und tables of 240, 250 or 300 cm are common in today's large offices. The aim is twofold: to provide space for teams of several people and to offer an effective and pleasant aesthetic appearance.

Special attention has been given to finishes and structural characteristics: a designer meeting table prefers a large central base or an unique trestle-like structure in wood or metal, with a top in precious materials such as glass, marble or ceramic. However, there is no shortage of more classic all-wood or minimalist models, for more formal or essential offices that do not renounce to a valuable and surprising piece of furniture.