Loosely translated as "the minimum number of people required to be present to get things done," Quorum, by Groupe Lacasse, is a conference table collection that will inspire attendance.
And this is no small feat, given that not everyone gets jump-up-and-down happy about meetings.
With its aesthetic alone, Quorum increases the likelihood of spirited collaboration and all around good feelings. Featuring a super-sleek look with Groupe Lacasse's signature knife-edge profile, Quorum integrates the classic materials of metal and natural wood, with an aluminum beam mounting structure that "makes the tables look like they’re floating on air."
The structure has pragmatic perks besides. The high beams maximize space beneath, as well as providing an elegant way to integrate power and data into the table's architecture.
Lots of leg room and no mess of cables? I'd call that a win-win for sure.
In addition to the long, lean conference iteration, the Quorum collection also includes more compact models, including a circular version, because "round tables encourage socializing, whether during a break, or in an impromptu sit and chat with colleagues."
Groupe Lacasse offers many, many finishes and matching or contrasting furniture accents, including thermofused/high-pressure laminates in standbys such as natural cherry and snow, as well as more exotic choices like crystal black and hard rock maple. Accent options include HPL but also metal and wood.