USA, 1980 Bruce Burdick Group Oval Conference Table by Herman Miller A unique, central aluminum beam gives this table by Bruce Burdick its striking profile. This all black Burdick Group conference/dining table was produced by Herman Miller. The oval table has a rectangular glass center surface with glass half-round surfaces on each end, resting on a central beam. Beam top surface, end caps, glides, and hook-and-loop fasteners are black. Each of the three glass pieces are in excellent condition with no chips and only the most minimal, superficial surface scratches. Each piece has a polished bullnosed edge and radiused corners. Each piece of end glass is 24” W x 36” D x ¾” thickness. The center (rectangular) piece is 60” W x 36” D x ¾” thickness. One set of legs has some chipping to the finish as pictured. Otherwise, it is generally in very good condition. A very attractive, somewhat futuristic postmodern design. Add your preferred chairs to move it in any direction- modern or vintage. CHAIRS PICTURED ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THIS LISTING. SKU# BG335GG DIMENSIONS: 108” L x 36” D x 28.5” H MORE ABOUT:In 1980, the Burdick Group received design awards from the Institute of Business Designers and the Industrial Designers Society of America. The following year, Time magazine named the Burdick Group system one of the Best of 1981 for Industrial Design. Bruce Burdick was exposed early on to the industrial dynamics, creative lifestyle, and architectural activity of California. Born and raised in Los Angeles, he is a graduate of the University of Southern California and the Art Center College. While a junior at the Art Center, Burdick worked with Charles and Ray Eames at the Eames Office. After completing his schooling, he worked with noted designers John Follis and Herb Rosenthal before opening his own office in 1970. (courtesy of Herman Miller).