Florence Knoll Bassett almost single-handedly defined the look of modern corporate interiors in the 1950s and ’60s, as founder and director of the Knoll Planning Unit, the space-planning arm of Knoll® Associates. She looked at furniture design as just one aspect of her “total design” approach to interiors. “I did it because I needed a piece of furniture for a job and it wasn't there, so I designed it,” she said. She wasn’t the only one who needed the Florence Knoll Credenza (1961), though, as it has been in constant production since its introduction. The simple, refined design has a white Arabescato top (the same marble used on the Saarinen Pedestal Table). It is appropriate for a dining room, living room or office space. Made in Italy.
- Two storage cabinets, each with two adjustable shelves.
- Four drawers, each with one removable partition.
- One full-extension file drawer with metal bars for letter- or legal-size hanging files.