Table above shown in Black Walnut

One of 20 of the Worlds Most Luxurious Items*

--GQ Magazine

Each hand-crafted custom conference table is designed to fulfill your individual needs. Corporate branding, design aesthetics, use requirements (client meetings, staff needs, power/data requirements, etc.) and budgetary considerations are all part of the equation that creates your perfect table.

To find just the right table for your business, call me toll free at 1-800-648-5828. You can also email me at randyblock@randyblock.net.

All major credit cards accepted. I look forward to hearing from you.

~ Randy Block


solid cherry conference table with tempered glass
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Created for an elite unit of the U.S. Military, this table is made of solid cherry, 1 ? thick and 16? long. The legs have images of the three helicopters flown by the unit sandblasted into tempered glass. The glass is illuminated by miniature LED lights concealed in the top of each leg. The unit?s insignia, also sandblasted into glass, is inlaid into the top of the table and lit using the same technique. The table banding (edge) is shaped to the profile of the leading edge of the main rotor blade of a Blackhawk helicopter.


Architectural Arts

American Black Walnut custom solid wood conference table
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This is a conference table I designed and built for the United States Air Force Central Command (USCENTAF). The custom conference table is made from nearly 100 board feet of solid American Black Walnut wood over 1 1/4" thick. It has 6 coats of finish, each one hand rubbed to produce a beautiful satin luster. The legs are emulations of F-16 fighter jet wings. The two outboard legs are configured for take-off and landing and the center leg is reflexed for high speed course. With proper care and maintenance, the life of this table will be measured in centuries.


Architectural Arts

custom Honduran mahogany video conferencing table

I designed and built this Honduran mahogany video conferencing table for the Joint Task Force of the Americas in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. It's 18' long on each side and 7' wide at the base. The "V" shape allows everyone seated at the table to face the projection screen and cameras without being blocked by the person in front.


Architectural Arts

American Black Walnut custom solid wood conference table
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This striking curly maple veneer and mahogany conference table features the company logo sandblasted into tempered glass legs. The table top has 3 sandblasted glass inlays, each representing an aspect of the organizations mission. At 16? long and 4? feet wide, it makes an impressive statement about the client for which it was designed.


Architectural Arts

custom mahogany and oak conference tables

This mahogany and oak conference table is 14 feet long and 5 feet wide. The top is solid mahogany, over one inch thick. The oak edging is a cascade effect, using two different radiuses, which is repeated again on the top and bottom of the Doric columns that serve as the legs of the table. This piece is for an advertising agency, and it gets a lot of use as a work table. This required a super hard finish that would stand up to abuse. When I went back to inspect the table a year or so after it was delivered, I was pleased to see that it still looked almost like new.


Architectural Arts

custom conference tables - Honduran Mahogany

This is a model of a custom conference table I designed for a university conference center. Often, it is more illustrative to actually make a model of a project rather than a rendering.

The base that the model sits on is the material and finish that I am suggesting for the table, Honduran Mahogany with a hand rubbed, high gloss finish. The table is to be 12 feet wide and 13 feet long.


Architectural Arts

custom walnut, Corian and walnut conference tables

This custom conference table is the largest piece I have designed and built. It is four sided and over 15 feet on each side. The client asked me to design a conference table that had no legs to interfere with the seating.

The cantilevered top and arches were my solution. Each side of the table counterbalances and supports the other. The table is solid and veneered walnut and the top is Corian with a solid walnut bullnose.




*This is how GQ Magazine described the conference table I designed and handcrafted for the United States Air Force Central Command. The table above is a reproduction of that work, and there are a few more examples of my work as well.