The one and only Summit tilt-top table
It has been half a decade since WallGoldfinger Furniture's exclusive tilt-top, reconfigurable Summit tables hit the market. Created by a WallGoldfinger veteran, Senior Design Engineer Chris Howe, the Summit replaced earlier tilt-top tables that had a bit of the function without the advanced engineering of today's patent-pending tables.
Summit tables fill boardrooms, conference rooms and even dining spaces of top companies and organizations around the country for their design, which combines elegance with ease of reconfiguring. That design allows tops to tilt and casters to lower and tables to be moved into new configurations or different rooms altogether. Casters then automatically retract for stability when the top is lowered. Typically sold in a 60" x 60" size, Summits also wow for their leg room and ability to incorporate heavier tabletop materials, such as glass and lightweight stone.
As you look to update a reconfigurable space, don't accept imitations. Choose the first, the best, the most tested and the most advanced: the only one and only Summit.


We're hitting the road

Wow! We are off to a great start together. Since officially launching on May 24 the WallGolfinger Furniture team in Vermont has seen its phone lines light up with architects itching for WallGoldfinger products, particularly Arbor and patent-pending Summit reconfigurable tables. We couldn't be more excited.

We are now hitting the road together to introduce Mark Richey Woodworking and its new WallGoldfinger Furniture division to key specifiers. Let us know if we can invite ourselves over for a chat.

Mark Richey, president, Mark Richey Woodworking, mrichey@markrichey.com
John Wall, vice president, WallGoldfinger Furniture, jwall@wallgoldfinger.com

Arbors, Arbors, everywhere


Since WallGoldfinger Furniture's launch about a month ago as a division of Mark Richey Woodworking, we have seen tremendous interest in particularly Arbor reconfigurable tables. 

In the bottom images at right, we show a project soon to get underway and WallGoldfinger Furniture Project Manager John Gleason working with the factory team on another Arbor project. As you might expect, the bulk of the work ahead of us is following the trend of white (tops) and gray (metal frames, legs and hatch lids).

Keep 'em coming! But how about some color? (Check out our just-for-fun illustration at top right featuring a plastic laminate with a bit of flare for those ready to break out of the mold.)

One stellar example of Mark Richey Woodworking's craftsmanship


While many are familiar with the high quality work of Mark Richey Woodworking, others are not. Here is just one of many stellar examples of corporate interiors from Mark Richey Woodworking. 

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. We think this picture tells you the one word you need to know about the outstanding professionals now building WallGoldfinger furniture: quality.

In addition to the sweeping staircase of stone, glass and steel designed by Bargmann Hendrie + Archetype Inc., Mark Richey also created the trim and wall panels. 


Mark Richey Woodworking
Mark Richey Woodworking crafts and installs high-end architectural woodwork. The 37-year-old company's work enhances the experience of performing arts centers, museums, corporate headquarters, academic institutions and restaurants across the country. 
Employees are craftspeople with a passion for quality, reliability, tradition and innovation. The factory masterfully blends high tech tooling with sustainable energy. More: www.markrichey.com

WallGoldfinger Furniture
The WallGoldfinger Furniture division of Mark Richey Woodworking is world renowned for producing the world's finest corporate office furniture. From custom boardroom and conference tables, lecterns and credenzas to meticulously-crafted product lines, WallGoldfinger 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. More: www.wallgoldfinger.com
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