Private Office

Tablet Casegoods

A private office featuring Tablet Casegoods with a light wood finish, a height-adjustable desk, a black leather Taper executive chair, and two guest chairs.

Casegoods that exemplify timelessness, honesty, and adaptability

Years ago, our founder John Geiger set a goal for our designers—to strive for a timeless, architectural aesthetic, honest details, and seamless adaptivity. With Tablet Casegoods, designer Robert Allen accomplished this goal—and more. His versatile system offers infinite ways to tailor workspaces to suit a variety of work styles.

Designed by
Robert Allen

Built in
Atlanta, GA

Features

A private office featuring Tablet Casegoods with a light wood finish, a height-adjustable desk, a black leather Taper executive chair, and two guest chairs.

Details Matter

Components are crafted to millwork standards to welcome visitors and elevate corporate image while supporting a variety of work functions.

A collaborative office featuring two Tablet Casegoods workstations with a wall of shared storage and a round MP Occasional Table between.

All-Over Range

Applications include executive private offices, shared or collaborative workspaces, as well as reception and administrative areas.

Partial view of a Tablet Casegoods private office with a dark wood finish, a peninsula surface, and a mix of storage.

Room of One’s Own

Even in shared or collaborative configurations, individual workspaces are roomy enough for workers to spread out and work in comfort.

Black-and-white image of a Tablet Casegoods private office with a Taper executive chair and two guest chairs.

Design Story

Nationally acclaimed, Harvard-educated architect Robert Allen brought an architectural approach to the design of Tablet Casegoods. “Our goal was a smartly tailored product that reinforced the tenets of modern design,” he said.

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2003

Connecticut AIA Award for Architecture as Encompassing Art

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2003

Southern California IIDA Acclaim Award for Best New Furniture System