agl table group

agl table group

agl table group

Design Leon Ransmeier, 2012
Molded wood shell, metal legs
Made by Herman Miller

"The AGL Table Group needs to function-physically and aesthetically-in today's world, in response to contemporary needs, and it needs to function similarly in the future in ways that are unpredictable. In this way the table is designed to be open and enabled." – Leon Ransmeier

Inviting and intelligent, Leon Ransmeier's AGL Table Group exemplifies the Herman Miller Collection's intent to provide newly commissioned designs with dynamic performance and timeless quality. Highly considered in shape, proportion, and scale, the AGL Table Group minimizes material usage-an approach that draws from the efficiencies of aeronautical design. Many size and material options make it suitable for use in any environment in need of an elegant surface.

AGL excels as a surface for hosting people, whether they're dining, meeting, or working together. To make people comfortable, the table's designer incorporated a subtly tapered edge around the perimeter of every AGL surface. Set at a welcoming angle, the edge invites collaboration and encourages people to be at ease.

The elemental shapes of AGL's surfaces take on a warming presence with a choice of veneer, highly durable Formcoat or marble complete the options. AGL tables in all its surface and size variations are intended for indoor use. AGL's base is composed of aluminum, chosen for its lightness and because it permits a sculptural form that meets the strength requirements for large surfaces. The bases, available in white, black, or polished aluminum, feature glides that adjust from the top, allowing for easy leveling on uneven surfaces, even after the table is installed.

The AGL tables come in 3 depths and 7 widths with a 3/4" thick top. Grain direction for veneer tables less than 158" wide will align with width; for veneer tables 158" wide & wider, grain direction will align with depth. Natural characteristics in stone cause variations in hues, veins, crystals, and distinctive marks. These variations and subtle changes, as the stone ages, are values associated with natural materials. Variations in both color and veining are to be expected. Over time the stone may fade in color, staining of the surface may appear, and surface cracks-if not already visible at time of purchase-may appear. Small cracks do not affect the structure of the tabletop. No two products will look exactly alike.

75", 85", 95", 120", 158", 190" or 220" w | 38", 42", 48" d | 29" h

75" width starts at - $3,599.00 + free threshold delivery in the continental U.S.
(Usually ships in 20 business days)
Herman Miller was a West Michigan businessman who helped his son-in-law, D.J. De Pree, buy the Michigan Star Furniture Company in 1923. De Pree had been working at the company, which opened in 1905, since he was hired in 1909 as a clerk. De Pree knew his father-in-law was a man of integrity, so he decided to rename the company after him. By the middle of the 20th century, the name Herman Miller had become synonymous with “modern” furniture. Working with legendary designers George Nelson and Charles and Ray Eames, the company produced pieces that would become classics of industrial design.
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