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V&A 100cm Circular Meeting Table with Pedestal Leg

V&A 100cm Circular Meeting Table with Pedestal Leg
Circular Meeting table
  • A circumference of 100cm
  • 25mm melamine surface in light grey, beech, cherry or pear
  • 2mm PVC protective coating


This small circular meeting table is ideal for any office space. Its central metallic leg allows for optimum leg room, whilst the contemporary design of the piece ties in with the overall theme of the Vegas Evolution collection. This piece of meeting office furniture is a welcome addition to any corporate environment.
Desk Extension Units

The desk extension units available from the V&A range have been ergonomically designed to seamlessly merge with the existing collection of Vegas Evolution desks. Using the same melamine finish on the desktops, their lightweight designs and easy manoeuvrability enables them to be added to a desk or office, and removed when required. The extension units come in either a half moon design, intended to span two joined desk ends, or a symmetrical design, suitable for extending the size of one desk.. Retailing at a very competitive price, the colour of both work surface and legs can be chosen to coincide with any previous office furniture from the V&A collection.

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System Furniture Desktop Finishes Amber Cherry (ra) Salmon Pear (rb) Golden Beech (rc) Light Oak (rd) Pearl Grey (rg)
System Furniture Structure Aluminium (sa) Graphite (sc)
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What is MFC The full name for MFC is Melamine Faced Chipboard and this is what most office furniture is made from. It is a man made product, often finished in a wood effect. It is extremely hardwearing and durable, and will not fade over time. It is also resistant to most chemicals usually encountered in an office environment. The manufacturing process is quite complex but put simply, a thin sheet of paper print (almost like a thin wall-paper of the wood grain ) is placed onto a sheet of Chipboard, and then melamine (a high temperature liquid plastic remember camping plates and cups) is poured over the surface, rolled out to a standard thickness, and then allowed to cool. The same is done to the opposite side and the board is then sent to the office furniture manufacturer to make it into office furniture.


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