Great Projects and New Videos from the Team at WallGoldfinger

New video page gives glimpse inside the factory

For a piece of furniture to go from idea to completion, there are many, many steps along the way.

First we discuss it. What would you like us to build? Then we quote it and draw a concept illustration of it so you can see what it is going to look like. Then we get more technical. We hash out every part location in working drawings by our engineers. It’s these we use to build your furniture – after all, you don’t want just a pretty result but a functioning piece with all the right supports, structure and technology in place.

And that, of course, is simplifying things a lot.

Then the real fun begins. We build it.

This is an aspect of our company you don’t often get to see … unless you frequent Vermont, in which case we will happily give you a tour. If a trip to the Green Mountain State is out of the question, you can now get an insiders’ look from the comfort of your home or office. That’s because we’ve added quite a few videos to our website that show our team in action. Most are photo collages of pieces from start to finish in the factory with a little video thrown in.

We take these images and videos for clients mostly but decided to go ahead and share them on our website for the first time. You’ll find them in the Resources tab under Videos. They are a very visual case study, if you will.

Enjoy your visit and check back. We’ll keep adding more.

John Wall

Unique triangular conference tables created for North Carolina company

Custom tables come in many shapes. Round, square, rectangular, boat, V’s, U’s and C’s, but it isn’t too often we make triangles.

WallGoldfinger created this 24.5-foot V-shaped boardroom table and seven accompanying triangular conference tables for a North Carolina company later last year.

Made of quartered walnut veneer in a bookmatched pattern, solid walnut and a metal base with a black textured powder coat finish, the boardroom table is a standout for its veneer that flows like a waterfall from tabletop down the half modesty panels.

In addition to their unique shape, the triangular tables also had a fairly substantial cantilever at 40.5 inches from the base to two of the table edges. Like the boardroom table, these unique conference tables feature quartered walnut veneer in a bookmatched pattern and a beautiful solid walnut reverse knife edge.

It would appear the shape of the tables has meaning to the company that purchased them and also fit a narrow room size.

All the tables also featured button microphones and fixture boxes.

See more on the making of this project here.

WallGoldfinger produces the world’s finest corporate office furniture. From custom boardroom and conference tables, lecterns and credenzas to meticulously-crafted product lines, WallGoldfinger’s furniture is designed with state-of-the-art, integrated technology solutions, responsibly sourced and made in America for discriminating designers, furniture dealers and corporate clients.

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