Keystone-shaped tables are similar to rectangular tables, however, one end is wider than the other. These tables have become a popular choice for videoconferencing – the camera and screen are placed at the wide end of the table, which allows all participants to see and be seen.
Many times, a keystone shape is used when the organization needs to move effortlessly from videoconferencing to organizational leadership meetings. The asymmetric shape does not hinder use for traditional meetings, where participants focus on each other, instead of a camera and screen.
Keystone tables can be built with crisp edges or rounded corners. They’re well equipped to handle various audio/visual integration. The dimensions of the keystone, which determine the angles of the table, should be determined with input from the AV consultants.
We’re here to help you decide which table size and shape is right for your space. Use the diagram and table below:
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