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Florence Knoll Hairpin Stacking Table

C$ 400.00
3.4 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100081713
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Florence Knoll Hairpin Stacking Table

C$ 400.00
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  • Versatile, space-savvy table.
  • Stands on durable steel hairpin legs.
  • Stacks up to five high.
  • 18½" H 13" DIA
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Florence Knoll Hairpin Stacking Table
C$ 400.00
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Based on the compact design of earlier studies using steel rods at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, Florence Knoll’s Hairpin Stacking Table (1948) received accolades in the International Design Competition held by the American Institute of Decorators in the year of its inception. This versatile table, reintroduced by Knoll for the first time in decades, features a durable steel base and laminate top. Stacks up to five high.
  • Versatile, space-savvy table.
  • Stands on durable steel hairpin legs.
  • Stacks up to five high.
Brand
Knoll®
Collection
Florence Knoll Collection
General Dimensions
  • 18½" H 13" DIA
Product Weight
7 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Florence Knoll Hairpin Stacking Table

Florence Knoll Hairpin Stacking Table

  • Height (in): 18½
  • Diameter (in): 13
  • Weight (lbs): 7
  • Powder-coated cold-rolled steel legs
  • Laminate top
Florence Knoll

Florence Knoll

One of the most innovative architects and designers of our time, Florence Knoll had a profound influence on more than 50 years of interiors. An early protégée of Eero Saarinen, Florence went on to study architecture at Cranbrook. She is famous for her philosophy of “total design,” and as the director of the Knoll Planning Unit she revolutionized interior space planning.

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