Rapport® Media Table

CM | CX | PM | PX Models

For smaller meetups, the Rapport Media Table is ready for collaboration at any moment. With 4 configurations, 5 shapes, 8 sizes, 3 heights and endless finish options, collaboration just got a whole lot easier. Choose CM or PM models for the media mounting panel, or for storage that is effortlessly tucked underneath the table, the CM or CX models will fit the bill. Strip away the excess with the PX model for a more minimalist look. Power and technology can be seamlessly accessed and hidden inside the sleek optional power/data trough with integrated wire management.


Optional Power/Data Trough

The optional Power/Data Trough provides an elegant, yet effective solution to your tables power and data needs, along with providing storage for such items and remote controls and cables. Also available with a video switch kit for users to share their devices on the attached monitor. Full wire management access via the front leg and back panel is integrated.


Media Mounting Panel

Choose a PM or CM version to receive an upper media mounting panel. These panels allow for TVs or monitors to be attached for collaborative work and video conferencing. The back panels are fully finished, making them great for open concept spaces or glass partitioned meeting rooms.


Storage Cabinet

Choose the CM or CX version for a lower storage cabinet to house your CPU and other supplies.



Jim Contois

As graduate of Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, Jim Contois began his career designing architectural building products at Armstrong World Industries. Soon after, his focus turned to contract furniture where he was a designer for KI before moving on to manage Industrial Design at Allsteel. Since 2008 he has managed his own studio and has developed products for a range of markets including office, education, health care, retail, scientific and residential. His clients include SurfaceWorks, Arcadia, Indiana Furniture, HON, Ghent, Trendway, Valley Design, Allsteel, ArtcoBell, and CCN. Jim believes that his role is to balance the interests of the manufacturer, the designer and the end user in ways that create desirable products in the marketplace. In his work he emphasizes simplicity, materials, and proportion while elevating the end users’ experience. In addition to product development, Jim has worked with clients on product planning, market development, marketing materials and showroom design.