Pearson Lloyd Edge Table

Pearson Lloyd

The Pearson Lloyd Edge collection began life as a simple table with a refined, aluminium frame that became the design identity of the collection. Expanding to include soft seating and storage options, the portfolio also includes a range of tables, an outdoor range and high back seating and booths.

The Pearson Lloyd Edge table comes in a wide range of sizes, from single tables to larger modular meeting tables and desks. Choose from a 1m, 1.2m or 1.6m depth and either free standing or modular units to create the perfect fit. Optional power access and a selection of surface finishes from veneer, laminate or lino, combine with the signature aluminium frame in a choice of three neutral shades.

 

 

    Top

    Veneer, HPL or lino on plywood

    Frame

    Powder coated aluminium

    Legs

    Powder coated aluminium/ steel with adjustable feet

    Power

    Choose from drop in, book or hinged lids


    Veneer on plywood

     (Oak veneer)
    Oak veneer
    RAL 9005 (Black oak veneer)
    RAL 9005
    Black oak veneer
     (Walnut veneer)
    Walnut veneer

    HPL on plywood

     (Soft Black)
    Soft Black
     (Premium white)
    Premium white

    Forbo lino - on plywood

     (Charcoal)
    Charcoal
     (Pebble)
    Pebble
     (Smokey blue)
    Smokey blue
     (Burgundy)
    Burgundy
     (Olive)
    Olive
     (Conifer)
    Conifer

    Legs

    RAL 7021 (Black grey)
    RAL 7021
    Black grey
    RAL 7044 (Silk grey)
    RAL 7044
    Silk grey
     (Premium white)
    Premium white

    Pearson Lloyd Edge Tables are crafted entirely in the UK from part recycled aluminium and steel, finished in a durable powder coat with FSC™ certified tops finished in a water-based, low VOC emitting lacquer or lino tops containing 27.5% recycled materials and 97% renewable materials.

     


    Designer

    Pearson Lloyd

    'Architecture only comes to life when you inhabit it with people and furniture is the thing that allows you to occupy space, it’s the use of furniture within space that suddenly brings the world to life.’ - Tom Lloyd
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