Case study.

Putting the 'new' back into historic area of Newtown

  • M and F manufactured all the meeting room and boardroom table tops in various sizes. From 6 seaters, 8 seaters, 10 seaters, to 12 seaters, 18 seaters and one 30 seater. Natural tones and elegant lines work together to create an eclectic mix of old (the base and legs) and new (the veneer tops).

  • The leg and base for all the table tops has been designed to fit a wide variety of sizes, be it for the small 6 seat table in the smaller meeting rooms to the biggest 30 seat boardroom table in the largest meeting room.

  • The industrial structure of the table base and leg has been designed to marry perfectly with the heritage of the building and its surrounds.

  • Historic scenes of the area enhance the tables in the meeting rooms. Be it on the white boards or the glass wall partitions.

  • Reminiscent of the grand days of Kippies Jazz Club, this 12 seater table is housed in a boardroom surrounded by glass mounted partitions with photographs of well-known South African jazz musicians.

  • A magnificent map of Johannesburg dated back to 1897 is the backdrop to this boardroom. The map backs on to the reception area of the Majestic Building, and can be viewed both in this beautiful boardroom as well as the reception.

  • This majestic table is accommodated in the biggest of the meeting rooms. It doubles up as a boardroom for bigger executive meetings as well as for executive banqueting.

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