A fantastic, sleek, and well-considered collection of conference room furniture, Halo gets its name from its edge, which provides “vital connectivity and unique protection with revolutionary impact resistance.”
When chairs or other items hit the table edge, Halo defends the perimeter from damage. The table also includes power and data integrated cleanly into the Halo edge.
If that’s not enough to make Halo seem heavenly, take a look at its form, which borrows from mid-century contract and residential designs. Besides the Halo conference table, sideboard storage and bench options complete the collection.
The modules offer mix and match solutions “perfectly tailored to your unique meeting space.” These units accommodate everything from seating to refrigeration.
Halo materials are also worthy of envy, with six metal finishes including Polished Chrome, Light Bronze, and Black Anodize, five edge materials that range from conservative to dramatic (Cardinal is a standout), standard and premium woods, and luxurious surface options such as marble and Corian.
Visit www.halconfurniture.com for more information.