Split Communal Tables

Series of measured drawings of the Split Communal Tables labeled with height, width, and length in plan and elevation

The distinguishable feature of the Split Conference Table is two v-shaped legs supporting a solid wood top. The base of the table actually showcases design company Uhuru’s original Split base. The thick steel tubes make it sculptural in appearance, yet functional and versatile through the implementation of classic proportions for both dining and meeting.

Dimensioned elevation and plan drawings of the smaller and larger variations of the Split Communal Tables

The Split Communal Tables has an overall height of 29” (74 cm), widths of 44”, 42”, 48” (112, 107, 122 cm), and respective lengths of 84”, 96”, 120” (213, 244, 305 cm).


*Under Development*

29” | 74 cm
44”, 42”, 48” | 112, 107, 122 cm
84”, 96”, 120” | 213, 244, 305 cm
Solid wood top with oak or walnut veneer; powder-coated steel base


Drawings include:
Split Communal Tables front elevation, side, plan. Sizes include small, medium, and large lengths


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A conference table is a long and wide table used for meetings and gatherings, typically in a workplace. Conference tables have a larger and wider table top than a standard dining table, and provides ample room for paper and important materials for convenience and efficiency.