Faraday’s circuitous frame presents the viewer with a floating volume that serves as both a canvas for a broad spectrum of materiality as well as the pragmatic purpose of managing wires from floor to surface in a discreet manner. In addition, the table surface appears to float above the frame element in order to create a sense of levitation. Extensive cantilever offers a dramatic architectural composition expressing the tension between line and form, frame and volume. Materials can be specified to either create a quiet, more monolithic specification or be contrasted for maximum visual impact. The Faraday collection supports medium to large meeting room and open plan applications for both seated and standing/stool heights providing a sophisticated and material-rich experience. Materials options includes: wood veneers, HPL, stone, stone veneers, metal laminates, polished and powder coated metal, etc…

Design: Jess Sorel