Tix Conference

Designed by Dante Bonuccelli

Tix Conference

Designed by Dante Bonuccelli

Crafted from solid wood by European artisans, the TIX Collection was designed to create a strong, architectural presence that’s complimented by the exceptional beauty of nature. TIX unites functional and aesthetic considerations by utilizing the highest quality materials to create a timeless and purposeful collection of tables, desks, benches and storage.



Crafted from solid wood by European artisans, the TIX Collection was designed to create a strong, architectural presence that’s complimented by the exceptional beauty of nature. TIX unites functional and aesthetic considerations by utilizing the highest quality materials to create a timeless and purposeful collection of tables, desks, benches and storage.

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Available in 4 standard species, TIX Conference sets itself apart from the rest. TIX Conference is available as a single or double conference table, each with three standard sizes available. Custom sizes and shapes are offered, contact the factory with custom specifications. The TIX Collection also includes Office, Benches, and Storage.

Design Features:

  • All solid wood for TIX is sustainably harvested from European forests
  • Each solid wood top is made from the wood of a single tree, consciously chosen at the end of its lifecycle
  • Four standard solid wood species – elm, oak, sycamore and walnut
  • Solid wood is finished standard in natural lacquer with an optional linseed oil finish
  • Slender steel "I" leg design - steel panels powder coated silver
  • Custom wood legs are available, contact factory for pricing
  • Standard conference tables are 47 ¼” wide with lengths ranging from 6 1/2 ’ to 21’
  • Fully integrated power/data options with vertical and horizontal wire management





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