In 1964, Geiger's first shop employed four craftsmen who built everything from reception desks to management offices by hand, designed according to each customer's individual and often rigorous requirements. Though today's standard furniture offering provides a wealth of opportunities for customization, Geiger recognizes that every project is unique, with its own aesthetic and functional requirements that might not be fully served by standard configurations.
Geiger's portfolio of modular casegoods allows great flexibility in designing customized workspaces. In addition, our inhouse engineering and wood manufacturing expertise allows product to be finely tailored for special configurations as well as for specific job sites. For a built-in millwork appearance, panels can be "scribed" on-site during installation to ensure a perfect fit with the surrounding interior architecture. Standard products can be personalized to accommodate workplace requirements, ranging from special heights, unique drawer configurations, special table shapes and sizes, and more.
In addition to Geiger's standard veneers, finishes and solid paint colors, custom-match stains and exotic veneers, such as bird's-eye maple and pomele, may be specified. Unique laminate, glass, marble and other solid-surface options are available as well, depending on the product application.
This reproduction of an original curved front desk (right), pulled from the Geiger archives, was updated and reintroduced 42 years later (left).
Special shapes, material combinations and storage configurations, as well as special edge and trim details, provide a custom look at a lower cost than millwork.