The MP Table is designed on a crisply proportioned platform of metal columns melded with flat-blade metal feet. For larger tables, MP provides an elegant alternative to segmented bases, with a blended frame that softens transitions from the stretcher to the table's columns. The effect is industrial, luxurious and light. From personal-size work table to expansive meeting table, MP scales gracefully without sacrificing its lightness. "I designed MP to be light, with tops that appear to float," says designer Amir Paknya.
The transition between sitting and standing—an important part of a healthful workday—can be accommodated beautifully by MP Height-Adjustable Tables. The tables offer four programmable preset heights and adjust with a touch of a button. The design is an extension of the MP Table line designed for Geiger by Amir Paknya, and shares the same crisp proportions. Tops are available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and materials.
24" x 24" to 42" x 84"
24" x 24" to 60" x 240"
Racetrack, Half Boat
24" to 48"
1-1/2" or 1-1/4" thick wood veneered with specified edge
1/2" thick low-lead, starfire, non-tempered clear glass
1/2" thick low-iron, backpainted glass with 3/4" thick subtop
Geiger was one of the world's first companies to develop water-based wood finishes. Today, Geiger offers a full range of furniture to meet your LEED goals.
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THE NATURE OF GEIGER
Guided by the "Perfect Vision" initiative established by our parent company Herman Miller, Geiger has committed to a set of dramatic sustainability targets, all directed toward a single aim: zero environmental footprint by 2020. It's an aggressive goal and every day, Geiger moves closer to making it real.
A BETTER WORLD . . . WITH GEIGER
As part of the Herman Miller family, Geiger contributes to a healthier, more sustainable world around you. Read the Herman Miller A Better World Report to learn more.