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Medinah

Medinah draws new lines in space planning for the open-concept work environment. Shared, private and community spaces all find a home. Two-sided seating defines gathering and work spaces that support a variety of working styles. Three back heights, three arm depths, and 30˚ and 45˚ bends offer the ability to fine-tune an exact degree of privacy. Configure Medinah to be open and free-flowing, private and sheltered, or anywhere in between.


Planning Ideas

Medinah's application-centric approach is driven by modular elements that can be configured into a broad array of applications, from meeting spaces to quiet areas to cafes and larger public spaces.


Dining Tables

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Tables | 1927-48RD

  • Dining Height
  • Rectangle

Dimensions

  • Width 48.00"
  • Depth 30.00"
  • Height 29.50"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • WOOD: $2,963
  • STONE: $3,574
  • SOLID SURFACE: $3,393
  • LAMINATE: $2,142

Range

Medinah is available in a range of standard configurations. View the complete Pricelist below.

Low Back

Mid Back

High Back

Banquettes

Benches

Ottomans

Tables


Standard Finishes

Pricing shown is for standard finishes. Visit our materials guides for the complete list of available finishes.

Metal

Chrome

Polished

Brushed

Powder Coat Steel

Poppy

SIL

Silver

Carbon

Sugar

Bronze

Daffodil

Wood

Maple Finishes

Natural

Honey

Light Cherry

Medium Cherry

Cherry

Dark Cherry

Light Walnut

Mahogany

Ebony

Dark Walnut

Resources

Get your project underway with these Medinah resources.


Design

Brian Graham

Brian Graham established the Graham Design studio to offer a strategic approach to the design, development and marketing of furniture for the contract market. An interior designer who evolved into a furniture designer, Brian’s work has been recognized by the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), the Institute of Business Designers, Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and the Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA). For Martin Brattrud, Brian designed the Braemar, Fold, Medinah and Reveal collections, as well as Jetty and Knightswood tables.