OAK CREEK, Wis. (June, 2016) - SurfaceWorks introduces its Rapport Meeting and Training Tables, the latest collaboration between SurfaceWorks and design partner Jim Contois. The tables are an extension to the Rapport Conference Collection and were designed to address the changes in which people meet.
"The Rapport Conferencing Collection was a large success, but still there was more to do. The way in which people meet is evolving and recognizing that was key to our growth," said Jeremy Haberer, product program manager, SurfaceWorks. "With the small and mid-size meeting tables it gives users the freedom to meet almost anywhere."
The Rapport Meeting Accent table features the same wire management and customizable accent panels as the Rapport Conference table, but in a smaller, sleeker package. It is available in a variety of shapes and heights, including lounge height; which is designed to offer multi person solutions to low-height gatherings.
The Rapport Meeting Basic table alludes to the idea that meetings do not always take place in a conference room. These small scale tables are ideal for casual meetings, café or coffee and common meeting spaces. Also available in a variety of shapes and in both seated and café heights.
The Rapport Training allows users a stylish alternative in an otherwise basic training room. The low profile leg will allow for maximum user space and the available flip-top version makes for easy storage.
SurfaceWorks is a leading innovator in tables, worksurfaces and desking; serving the office, educational, hospitality and healthcare markets for over 60 years. Our cutting edge solutions include unique base designs, impact resistant urethane edges and endless material and color combinations. For more information, visit www.surfaceworks.us .