Geiger International has always got the finest in wood veneer furniture, and specializes in office furnishings. As a division of Herman Miller’s company, Geiger is always pushing toward clean and minimalistic design– in both the physical sense and the green principles.
One of their newer designs comes from designer Jay Chapman, called “Loophole.” It’s got a base of loops that cross to create a look of one unified piece, although it’s got a beautifully executed form that hides each and every seam, join and edge.
It comes in a wide array of shapes and sizes, with plenty of wood finishes available, including eight in the walnut wood, and two finishes for the ash. The tables also give the user choice with the availability to utilize the base in whichever way works best for the space.