OBJECT OF DESIRE

The requests that furniture builder Paul Downs receives are as individual as the conference tables he makes. “I had one client ask for a yellow rose to be inlaid in each corner, because his mother’s name was Rose,” recalls Downs, who is based outside Philadelphia. “Another client wanted his signature etched in the middle of the table.” Downs and his craftsmen have made custom tables for Goldman Sachs, the World Bank and the office of the U.S. Secretary of Defense.

SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW

“The integration of audio visual equipment is very important,” Downs says. “The table is just part of a system that facilitates meetings with people both in the room and far away.”

WHY YOU NEED IT

A conference table should promote two things: productivity and branding. Every element of Downs’ custom tables, from the size (Downs has crafted tables over 30 feet long) to the shape to the materials, is designed to suit your taste and reinforce your message.

HOW TO PURCHASE

Projects begin with a conversation that leads to a design; the table will generally take four to six weeks to be completed. Prices range from around $15,000 to $250,000. For more information, contact: Paul Downs, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 610.239.0142, custom-conference-tables.com

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