Versatile, durable and well proportioned, the Peggy table system is designed with the modern lifestyle in mind. The result of a creative collaboration between PearsonLloyd and SCP, the table system is ideal for multi-use spaces. Available in standard and bespoke sizes, the Peggy can be adapted to suit any environment, both within the workplace and the home.
Suitable for working, meeting, eating and socialising. Read on to learn more about the Peggy in all its variations and finishes.
The Peggy table is available with a round, square and square with rounded corners, or squound, shaped top. This contemporary take on a classic form is ideal for meeting rooms, kitchen and dining spaces.
The longer rectangle and elliptical variations are well suited to slim dining spaces or meeting rooms as they can comfortably fit more attendees. The rounded corners of the elliptical version offer a softer edged alternative to the standard rectangle.
The standing table has been designed for working or meeting while standing or sitting on high stools. This tall version of the Peggy is suitable for social spaces and occasional workplace settings.
The workbench is deeper than the other versions. Functional and versatile, it works effectively as a workstation, canteen table, meeting or boardroom table, or as the central hub of a modern workplace.
A low bench has also been created to compliment the table system in meeting, kitchen and canteen settings.
Crafted from solid wood using advanced manufactured techniques, the Peggy has a refined aesthetic. This is complimented by the discreet power, data and cable management systems offered by the design.
The Peggy comes finished as standard with Abet 410 snow white laminate, with alternative options ranging from coloured laminate to wood veneer. Stained table edges and bases can also be specified.
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PearsonLloyd are a London based design studio founded in 1997 by Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd. They are known for a collaborative approach, for their work on aircraft interiors and as experts in workplace design.