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Everywhere Table

Product Story

Versatile enough to be used everywhere—hence the name—Everywhere Tables complement any space with fine lines and a refined aesthetic. From conference tables for formal meeting areas to coffee tables or standing-height occasional tables for more informal settings, Everywhere Tables offer boundless flexibility, enabling any activity that requires an inviting and expansive (or compact) surface.

Everywhere Tables

Whatever the Activity

Studying, working, videoconferencing, lunching—any activity that brings people together to engage with their work or one another can be centered around an Everywhere Table. The same kit of parts can be used to create a range of tables with functionality for any need.

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Wherever the Setting

With solutions for any table application, Everywhere Tables can help you achieve a consistent look across your entire office landscape, lending a sense of cohesion and visual calm throughout the workplace.

Adaptable to Change

With modular and mobile Everywhere Tables, a training room can be set up or rearranged in minutes. Easy-to-use ganging hardware helps keep rows of tables looking neat.

For applications in which power or data access is required through the work surface, Everywhere Tables are compatible with a variety of Logic Power Access Solutions cable management tools and Connect power outlets and data ports.

Everywhere Tables

Nearly Limitless Choices

Choose from a variety of top shapes and sizes, base styles and heights, and mobility options (including casters or glides) to create tables to your exact specifications.

Design Story

Grand Rapids, Michigan, designer Dan Grabowski grew up understanding the importance of problem-solving. “When my dad needed to create or repair something, he would design a solution and then we would go off together and build it,” he recalls. “We built everything from cabinets to apartment buildings. That’s how things were done in our house.”

He was also drawn to art and modern design. His best friend’s father was a car designer whose home was filled with modern art and contemporary furniture. “I decided I wanted to do something that combined my love of art and working with my hands,” Grabowski says. “I considered being a sculptor, but then when I was in college, I studied the work of Harry Bertoia (the artist and designer), and that’s when it clicked for me, the connection between sculpture and industrial design.”

After graduating from The Center for Creative Studies in Detroit, as Bertoia had done, Grabowski worked on lots of different kinds of projects—everything from power tools for the Sears Craftsman brand, to infant care products for Gerber. But his primary focus has always been furniture design. The overriding quality he strives for in everything he does is honesty—solving problems in smart ways using simple, clean, uncluttered lines. “I like the challenge of a good design project, the idea of making something that’s more than just a pretty object, incorporating intelligent details that people notice and appreciate.”

The Everywhere table line was one of those projects. Grabowski focused on every detail, including one little piece that wouldn’t even show unless you turned the table upside down. “To me,” he says, “a Herman Miller product needs visual continuity in every single detail, whether it’s on the top, the bottom, inside or out.”