Florence Knoll designed her family of Coffee Table's to furnish the new interiors of postwar America. The design is a scaled-down translation of the lines, gestures, and materials of modern architecture.
Consistent with all of her designs, the table has a spare, geometric presence that reflects the rational design approach Florence Knoll learned from Mies van der Rohe. Simple, elegant and timeless the family of Florence Knoll low tables are a must for any modernist design enthusiast, available in many sizes with various top finishes.
Materials: Top - 15mm thick polished plate glass, 20mm thick veneer or marble coated with transparent polyester to help avoid severe stains. The marble tops come in either a glossy or satin finish, the glass and wooden versions come as standard. Frame and legs square welded steel in polished chrome
Dimensions: Width - 90cm x Depth - 90cm x Height - 48cm
Delivery Time: 8 weeks
Designed in 1954. Authorised Knoll Original - The KnollStudio logo and the signature of Florence Knoll are stamped onto the base of the table
Description of Marble Finishes -
Arabescato: White marble with grey veining
Statuarietto: White marble with deep grey/black veining in an intricate pattern
Nero Marquina: Black marble with white and grey random veins.
Calacatta: White ivory marble with veins varying from yellow to green with hints of red/brown.
Verde Alpi: Green marble with hues varying in tone and intensity.
Florence Knoll was an American architect, furniture designer, interior designer and entrepreneur who has been credited with revolutionising office design and bringing modernist design to office interiors. Florence studied under some of the greatest 20th century architects, including Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe at the Illinois Institute of Technology.