We are offering another icon from Herman Miller. This time it is the wonderful eye candy of the glass and aluminum beam dining table or desk by Bruce Burdick. The Burdick Group tables were designed and introduced in 1980 and won Time Magazine’s “Best of 1981” industrial design award. This stunning industrial and functional work of art is made of a central aluminum beam and arms which hold the 5/8 inch three-piece glass top and it also functions as a raceway for cords and wires when used as a desk. All this is supported by a pair of painted metal tube pedestals with a three prong aluminum leg and foot. The designer, Bruce Burdick, described these tables as “workbenches for executives”. This particular table is in wonderful vintage condition. There are no chips in the oval three-piece glass top and minimal scratches. The aluminum and painted metal are in great condition as well. Use it as a dining table in your loft, beach house, or country retreat. Or in your office as a dynamic desk or conference table.