AXIS Steel Reception Desk

Pictured: AXIS Steel Reception Desk, 32x72x40″h, Angled “Cross-hatch Brushed” Steel legs support 3″ I-beams, “Patterned Scratched” Glass work surface and Transaction counter, Stained and Linear Scratched, lower Cement Panel, Buffed Cement screen.

Structural I-beams are supported by 1/2″ thick plate Steel legs that are finished with a variety of Brushed and Cross-hatch Scratch textures. Stained Cement, Wood or Brushed Aluminum panels are framed in a Steel structure that extends to support a Stone or Glass transaction counter. Our AXIS steel Reception Desks compliment an adaptable line of contemporary Stone or Glass reception Desks, Bookcases, Credenzas and executive Conference room furniture.

Call for pricing for a 32x72x40″h AXIS Custom Reception Desk with a Wood veneer work surface and a Blue or Green Frosted Glass transaction counter

Reception Desks are priced individually so many size and layouts are possible including attached Returns. Drawers can be specified but typically our Reception Desks use companion roll-in style drawer stacks for versatility. Cement Panels can be scratched and stained (pictured: lower panel) or left with the natural light Gray-finish (pictured: screen). Stone or Glass Reception desk surfaces.

Clear, Frosted (Green or Blue), Back-Painted (Silver or White) and "Scratched" glass tops are available with a Clear border ("Patterned") option. Clear & Diffused Glass tops expose the table structure whereas Back-painted Glass is opaque. Conference Tables to 30' in multiple sections.
Stone tops have a Blasted or Hand-chiseled border. Options include Absolute Black Granite (Honed or Polished), Cleft Black Slate and Honed Jerusalem Limestone (Gray or Beige).
Steel I-beams have a Blasted finish while 1/2" plate Steel legs are textured with a variety of Brush patterns and sealed with a clear Lacquer. Leg plate finish textures include: "Cross-hatch Brushed" (pictured), "Light Cross-hatch Brushed","Horizontal Brushed" or "Buffed" texture. A regimented brush pattern exposes the random mill finish pressed into molten steel during the "Hot Rolled" fabrication process.