In 1964, the office of Charles and Ray Eames designed a table with a single segmented base, constructed of modular units that could support tops of different lengths and widths.
Today, more than 40 years later, Eames tables remain a popular choice for those who appreciate durability and performance, as well as sleek and simple beauty.
Materials—Laminate and veneer tops are 1 1/4" thick. Thin profile HPL tops are 1 /2" thick. Glass tops are back-painted, with a satin etch finish to reduce the appearance of fingerprints. Tops up to 42"×78" are 1 /2" thick; tops 42"×84" to 60"×120" are 3 /8" thick with a Formcoat® substructure.
Power—Tables may be specified with cutouts for power in various configurations. Round cutouts align with columns, and oval cutouts are centered between columns. Round power module (ET991.), Oval power module (ET992.), Pair of oval power modules (ET993.)
Table Height—28 ½" high
Tops—No two products made of natural materials look exactly alike and they will change color with age. Veneer: The lighter the stain, the more you'll see of the grain. Santos palisander has an exuberant grain pattern; this can become a significant design element. Stone: Typical variations may include strong differences in hues, veins, and crystals. Over time, the color may fade, the surfaces become stained, and surface cracks—if not already visible at the time of purchase—may develop. These do not affect the table top structure.
Glides—Table is available with adjustable glides or casters.
Ships ready to assemble.
30" D x 60" W x 28.5" H 36" D x 72" W x 28.5" H
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