This concrete, steel, and wood boardroom table was my first design of such scale. Its 18 feet long by 5’ wide body now occupies the primary meeting space of CLAC (Christian Labour Association of Canada). Their heritage inspired my work on this table and several that came after.
The table has asymmetrical steel I-Beam supporting structure with one side embedded into a maple leaf shaped wooden column. Conference table’s top steel frame contains 3 fiber reinforced concrete slabs and 2 maple panels.
Center section contains large CLAC’s logo with a partial maple leaf shape – an extension of a wooden column protruding from concrete. The laser cut, polished steel logo letters are embedded in concrete slab.
Everything beautifully handcrafted by two Canadian artisans.