Geiger Introduces Loophole Occasional Tables
June 10, 2011
Geiger International is introducing Loophole occasional tables, a collection of coffee tables and side tables for commercial and residential interiors. With smoothly intersecting planes forming the solid-wood base, Loophole adds a sculptural, organic shape to Geiger's occasional table offering. The table series will make its debut at the Geiger Chicago Merchandise Mart showroom at NeoCon, June 13-15.
Loophole boasts a unique base that can be flipped in either direction (with its wide end on the floor or under the glass top). "When working on Loophole, I wanted to design a simple shape that does more than one thing," says designer Jay Chapman. "With the small end on the floor, Loophole has a more commercial feel, with an easier approach. With the large end on the floor, it takes on a residential character."
The Loophole table base's intersecting "loops" appear to form one continuous shape, but the optical illusion is courtesy of Geiger's state-of-the-art wood-carving capabilities. Upon closer inspection, Loophole is a celebration of precisely fitted mitered corners and thoughtfully designed joins at every seam. The table's glass top reveals both the smoothly arcing inner curves and the straight-line outer taper of the base. The wood base is available in solid ash, including natural and ebonized finishes, or solid walnut, in eight finish colors. The glass tops are 1/2" thick clear, low-iron glass.
Loophole tables, like all Geiger furniture, are manufactured at facilities that are powered entirely by green electrical energy. Energy used is harnessed from resources such as sunlight, wind or water flow and placed into the electrical grid, making the facilities carbon neutral in the use of electrical energy. Loophole also carries Geiger's standard 12-year warranty.
Loophole tables are now available for order. For more information and pricing, call your authorized Geiger representative or visit www.geigerintl.com/products/loophole.
About Geiger International, Inc.
Since 1964, Geiger International has inspired the A&D community by pioneering the design and manufacturing of architectural furniture for private offices and commercial interiors. Today, Geiger's excellent reputation for design, engineering and craftsmanship continues to enhance business interiors with an elegant and intelligent portfolio of product solutions for the modern workplace. Founded in Toronto and headquartered in Atlanta since 1979, Geiger International is a wholly owned subsidiary of publicly held Herman Miller, Inc.
About Herman Miller, Inc.
Herman Miller works for a better world around you—with inventive designs, technologies and related services that improve the human experience wherever people work, heal, learn, and live. Its curiosity, ingenuity, and design excellence create award-winning products and services, resulting in more than $1.3 billion in revenue in fiscal 2010. Innovative business practices and a commitment to social responsibility have also established Herman Miller as a recognized global company. In 2011, Herman Miller again received the Human Rights Campaign's top rating in its annual Corporate Equality Index and was also cited by FORTUNE as the "Most Admired" company in the contract furniture industry. Herman Miller trades on the nasdaq Global Select Market under the symbol MLHR.