TABLES

Folding and demountable tables for dining, meeting, teaching and reading rooms

The Athena

Folding timber table.

The Athena rectangular folding table uses the Luke Hughes patented quick release mechanism, making it almost impossible for the casual observer to realise that this beautiful oak table folds.

The Athena is ideal for dining commons, library reading tables, and hard-working hotel meeting and commercial conference environments where the client needs something of greater quality than the usual white laminate folding or flip-top meeting table.

Using one of our Luke Hughes steel and felt-lined trollies (sold separately), it can be moved and stored with ease. Each table can be specified with either crown or quarter cut veneer as an additional cost option.

The Athena has been used in numerous academic projects, including Lincoln College, Oxford, St Hugh’s College, Oxford and Highgate School.

The Athena table, accompanied by our Folio stacking timber chair in custom finish and fabric, will also feature in the new flexible mezzanine cafe space at the soon to be opened Yale YSB Commons at Yale University.

Made from European Oak of the highest quality and sourced from sustainable forests, the Athena comes in 3 different lengths and four different stains as standard.

Architects and designers can specify custom configurations of timber, size and stain. Each table can be specified with either crown or quarter cut veneer as an additional cost option. Structurally sound timbers such as American White Oak and American Red Oak can also be specified as add-alt custom options.

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Athena

The Athena D4

The Athena D4 half-round table provides added flexibility to the Athena range. It can be deployed as added capacity at the end of a conference table or used as a console or serving table to better utilise wall space. Two combine to form a circular table.

Each has laid-straight veneer as standard. Radial veneer is an additional price option. The Athena has been used in a range of academic projects, including Wolfson College, Cambridge and Birmingham University.

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The Minerva

Folding timber table.

The Minerva rectangular folding table is a Luke Hughes staple, adding functionality to rooms through sensitive design suited to the purposes and needs of the user.

From meeting and refectory tables to Speaker’s and conferencing tables, each can be specified with either crown or quarter cut veneer. The Minerva can be found in numerous academic projects, including Benenden School and Merton College, Oxford.

Using one of our Luke Hughes steel and felt-lined trollies (sold separately), it can be moved and stored in sets of 5 or 6 with ease. 

Made from European Oak of the highest quality and sourced from sustainable forests, the Minerva also comes in 3 different lengths and four different stains as standard.

Architects and designers can specify custom configurations of timber, size and stain. Each table can be specified with either crown or quarter cut veneer as an additional cost option. Structurally sound timbers such as American White Oak and American Red Oak can also be specified as add-alt custom options.

Please use the button below to request CAD blocks and Tear Sheets. 

Minerva

The Minerva D4

The Minerva D4 half-round table can be used to add extra seating space at the end of boardroom tables, used as side consoles and can be added together to make circular meeting spaces.

Each table can be specified with either radial or laid-straight veneer. The Minerva has been used in the Philip Mould Gallery, London, Benenden School and Jesus College, Cambridge.

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What a few of our clients say

You can put a piece of [Luke Hughes] furniture in any kind of building and after about 10 minutes it looks as if it has been there forever.

Country Life Magazine

We all think the room looks absolutely spectacular. Your furniture is really the piece de resistance. Please pass on my congratulations to everyone involved. We could not be more delighted. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge

Bursar

His designs speak strongly, if quietly, of an English tradition of furniture making that was one of his main inspirations.

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