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Pascal Table

Pascal Mourge 1985

Pascal Mourgue combined extraordinary versatility and uncompromising beauty to offer a dynamic, flexible alternative to the traditional conference table. A truly modular table, tops can be linked together and legs rearranged to form tables of virtually any length or shape, making Pascal ideal for a wide range of applications — from open-plan landscapes to executive offices, dining areas to conference rooms.


  • color Maple
  • color Natural Beech
  • color Light Cherry
  • color American Cherry
  • color Medium Red Mahogany
  • color Warm Brown Walnut
  • color Ebonized Walnut Veneer
  • color Carrara
  • color Carrara
  • color Bright White
  • color Light Grey
  • color Folkstone Grey
  • color Fog
  • color Soft Grey
  • color Pumice
  • color Slate
  • color Jet Black
  • color Aluminum, Polished
  • color Black


Additional Info

Construction and Details
  • Available in a variety of shapes and sizes including square, rectangular, round, racetrack, and bullet
  • Top is available in laminate, wood veneer, and marble
  • Laminate and wood tops are 1 1/8” thick. Wood tops are cross-veneered. Tops are available with black semi-gloss extruded PVC-T mold bullnose edge or stained solid wood bullnose edge. Bullnose edges on ends of the racetrack tables are single, continuous arcs of wood
  • Marble tops are 13/16” thick coated with transparent polyester to help eliminate use-associate stains
  • Legs are extruded aluminum in black epoxy or polished aluminum finish. Multiple sectioned tables have two legs bridging each section, plus two legs at each end
  • Legs connect into predrilled inserts using the included mounting hardware
  • Adjustable nylon glides have a black epoxy finish
Sustainable Design and Environmental Certification
  • GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®


Pascal Mourgue, who considers himself more an artist than designer, studied wood sculpture at L’Ecole Boulle and pursued design and interior architecture at L’Ecole Nationale des Artes Decoratifs in his native France. Lauded for his modern yet timeless style, Mourgue’s product designs for both home and office illustrate his belief that utility and fine art need not be exclusive.

In 1985, Mourgue collaborated with Knoll to develop the Pascal Conference Table System. Designed to be easily and attractively combined and reconfigured to suit an office’s changing needs, the Pascal Table System was positioned as “a large table that could be reconfigured when board meetings became committee meetings.” Contrary to company convention, Knoll opted to use Mourgue’s first name when naming his collection.