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Product Story

Designed with an architect’s focus on stability and an artist’s eye for proportion, Eames Tables continue to be as relevant as they were at their introduction

Graceful and versatile, Eames Tables offer a choice of sizes, top shapes and materials, bases,
and power options. However they're configured and wherever they're used, they bear the signature Eames mark of beauty and utility in design.

Versatility and Choices

Whether standing-height and equipped with power outlets for group work, with a thin profile HPL top for an outdoor meeting space or café, or any of dozens of other configuration options, there is an Eames Table for any need.

The universal base is perfect for occasional or cafeteria tables. The strong, angular contract base
supports larger tops on a single central column. The segmented base covers the broadest range of
applications, from large dining tables to long conference tables.

With tabletops available in a choice of laminate, veneer, marble, back-painted glass, quartz, and thin-profile HPL, Eames Tables cover a range of aesthetic and application needs.

Power At Your Convenience

Technology is integral to today’s workplace. With a choice of discreet power options, Eames Tables can be just as integral. All power options can be used in conjunction with one another—depending on the table configuration.

Each power option is designed to provide seamless access to power, whether through the tabletop or below, with a convenient undermount, allowing people to charge their devices whenever and wherever necessary.

Round grommets offer cable management. Cords are routed under the tabletop and concealed within the column and base for a clean aesthetic.

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Easy Assembly

Eames tables easily assemble for cost efficiency and quick parts replacement. They also disassemble easily, so parts can be recycled after years of use.

Design Story

Eames Tables

Between 1957 and 1964, the office of Charles and Ray Eames designed a system of tables to meet the needs of daily living—sleek, straightforward bases that could accommodate tops of various sizes and materials. Today, Eames Tables remain a popular choice for those who appreciate durability, performance, and simplicity.

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