Luna Meeting Tables

designed by Studio Verco

The modern, lightweight Luna table range is available with a choice of top shapes and sizes, in real wood veneer or laminate with a reverse chamfered edge detail, or in a choice of six hard wearing MFC finish.  Available in either Silver or Chrome, the slim-line legs heighten the sense of light and space and provide excellent leg room under the table. A choice of three veneers: Oak, Cherry and Maple with the additional ability to stain to sample ensures that Luna tables are able to compliment any executive meeting space.

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Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Tables
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Table
Luna Meeting Tables
Luna Meeting Tables

Luna Meeting Tables

Beech MFC
Chrome
Chrome
Dove Grey MFC
Gloss Silver
Gloss Silver
Ice White
Maple MFC
Natural Walnut MFC
Oak MFC

LUN 1808 R– 1800 x 800 x 720mm
LUN 1608 R– 1600 x 800 x 720mm
LUN 1408 R– 1400 x 800 x 720mm
LUN 0808 S– 800 x 800 x 720mm
LUN 1111 DB– 1100 x 1100 x 720mm
LUN 1009 L– 1000 x 970 x 720mm
LUN 08 C– 800 diameter x 720mm
LUN 10 C– 1000 diameter x 720mm
LUN 12 C– 1200 diameter x 720mm
LUN 14 C– 1400 diameter x 720mm

Verco Office Furniture Limited manufacture all products under the stringent BS EN ISO 9001:2008 quality assurance standard. Products are continually tested to ensure they conform to the strength and stability requirements of British and European performance standards. Verco is committed to continually improving the environmental impact of our activities, products and services and to continually improving our environmental performance. BS EN ISO 14001:2004 specifies the requirements for an environmental management system (ems), which provides the framework for Verco to control any impact. Time taken at the design stage of any product can have an immediate and fundamental effect on that product’s environmental impact. From the careful selection of materials to maximise the recycled content and to minimise both the energy and CO2 footprints, to the ‘end of life’ recycleability of the component parts, particular consideration has been given to the environmental impact at every stage from the design concept through to final production.