• F. Knoll High square table, 1954, Florence knoll, Knoll
  • F. Knoll High square table, 1954, Florence knoll, Knoll

F. Knoll High square table, 1954

Florence Knoll Square High table designed by Florence Knoll for Knoll.

The Florence Knoll Tables, designed to furnish the new interiors of postwar America, 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.

Pricing example is for a square table, as seen on the main image. Two sizes of rectangular tables are also available; please inquire for details.

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Florence Knoll Square High table designed by Florence Knoll for Knoll.

The Florence Knoll Tables, designed to furnish the new interiors of postwar America, 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.

Pricing example is for a square table, as seen on the main image. Two sizes of rectangular tables are also available; please inquire for details.

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140w x 140w x 72cmh

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Frame in rectangular and square welded steel in a polished chrome finish. Tabletop in glass, wood or marble.

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Knoll specialises in workplace furnishings that inspire, evolve and endure.

Knoll specialises in workplace furnishings that inspire, evolve and endure.

Their commitment to innovation and modern design has yielded a comprehensive portfolio of office systems, seating, files and storage, tables and desks, wood casegoods, textiles and accessories. Their products have been exhibited in major art museums, with more than 40 pieces in the permanent Design Collection of The Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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