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  • Giorgio Soressi Basso Coffee Table
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    Giorgio Soressi Basso Coffee Table
    Showcasing the natural beauty of solid marble, the Basso Coffee Table (2007) is the work of Giorgio Soressi, who also designed our new Como Sofa Collection. The Basso Table is available in two of the world’s most precious marbles: white Carrara sourced from the Apuan Alps in Italy and Nero Marquina from the Pyrenees in Spain. Random veining ensures that every tabletop is unique. The low profile pairs well with any modern sofa or sectional, and beveled edges complete the fluid form. Made in Italy.
  • Milo Baughman Drum Coffee Table
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    Milo Baughman Drum Coffee Table
    'Furniture that is too obviously designed,” said Milo Baughman, 'is very interesting, but too often belongs only in museums.” While we could certainly see his Drum Coffee Table (1970s) in a museum, it would earn its place there for its simplicity and lack of unnecessary ornamentation. Distilling the idea of an occasional table to its simplest form, Baughman’s cylindrical design draws you in with its smoothness and warmth. The quality construction includes edges that are welded, ground and polished by hand until there is a perfect transition from the side to the top. Leveling floor glides compensate for uneven surfaces. Made in U.S.A.
  • Milo Baughman Drum Side Table
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    Milo Baughman Drum Side Table
    'Furniture that is too obviously designed,” said Milo Baughman, 'is very interesting, but too often belongs only in museums.” While we could certainly see his Drum Side Table (1970s) in a museum, it would earn its place there for its simplicity and lack of unnecessary ornamentation. Distilling the idea of an occasional table to its simplest form, Baughman’s cylindrical design draws you in with its smoothness and warmth. The quality construction includes edges that are welded, ground and polished by hand until there is a perfect transition from the side to the top. Leveling floor glides compensate for uneven surfaces. Made in U.S.A.
  • Marcel Breuer Laccio Table, Small
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    Marcel Breuer Laccio Table, Small
    In the 1920s, Marcel Breuer began to experiment with tubular steel, creating some of the most influential furniture to come out of the Bauhaus. Spurred by Breuer's design of a low table to accompany the Wassily Chair, the very simple, very clever multipurpose Laccio (1924) nesting tables exhibit his rationalist aesthetic and accomplished technique. The construction is extremely stable; theare of exceptional quality. The cool beauty of the chromed, seamless steel and satin-finish lacquer top will not diminish with use or time. Each table has an individual number for identification and authenticity. The KnollStudio logo and Marcel Breuer's signature are stamped into the base of the tables. The Laccio tables are a registered trademark of Knoll, Inc. Made in U.S.A.
  • Tom Kelley Salt Table
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    Tom Kelley Salt Table
    An architect and designer who studied in Germany and California, Tom Kelley now lives and works in Italy. Traveling around the world for different clients, he developed a sense for the essential and important in furniture design. The Salt Table (2009) embodies his 'less is more” credo with its unadorned functionality. Specifically crafted to complement the Shaker-style Salt Chair, mimicking its profile and finish, this piece serves well in tight quarters due to its compact size and manageable weight. Ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required. Made in the Czech Republic.
  • Chris Hardy Helix Side Table
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    Chris Hardy Helix Side Table
    Atlanta-based industrial designer Chris Hardy, who made his design debut at Salone del Mobile in 2011, created the sculptural Helix Coffee Table (2012) for DWR. He gave it an odd number of legs and positioned the brass castings to radiate out from the center, resulting in a distinctive asymmetrical form that looks different from every angle. 'For Helix, I was inspired by the challenge of personalization in the modern world, and the increasing desire that we have to own objects that match our own styles and philosophies – in the way that art does,” explains Hardy. Made by hand, the cast brass base has a natural finish that’s soft and not highly polished; minor pitting and irregularities in the brass are typical of the casting process and are not defects. Thick and durable, the annealed glass tabletop is slowly cooled in a kiln to relieve internal stresses after it’s formed. Leveling glides adjust for uneven floors. Simple assembly required; no tools necessary. Base made in India; tabletop made in U.S.A.
  • Thomas Bentzen Around Table, Small
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    Thomas Bentzen Around Table, Small
    Formerly of Studio/Louise Campbell, Scandinavian designer Thomas Bentzen established his own studio in 2010. He is a co-founder of the design collective Remove and has exhibited his products all over the world. 'I like to create objects that are functional and simple and meet the human need while in use – and simply create joy while not,” he says. The Around Table (2011) reflects that aesthetic with its practical yet elegant design. The shape and frame give the table a warm and welcoming appearance, and the raised lip around the top keeps items from falling off the edge. The small opening in this bentwood edge is for power cords or, as Peter Bonnén of Muuto likes to joke, 'If you spill your wine, you can pour it back into the glass.” Available in three finishes: oak veneer, black lacquer or yellow lacquer. Mix and match sizes and colors to create interesting arrangements. Made in Denmark.
  • Thomas Bentzen Around Table, Large
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    Thomas Bentzen Around Table, Large
    Formerly of Studio/Louise Campbell, Scandinavian designer Thomas Bentzen established his own studio in 2010. He is a co-founder of the design collective Remove and has exhibited his products all over the world. 'I like to create objects that are functional and simple and meet the human need while in use – and simply create joy while not,” he says. The Around Table (2011) reflects that aesthetic with its practical yet elegant design. The shape and frame give the table a warm and welcoming appearance, and the raised lip around the top keeps items from falling off the edge. The small opening in this bentwood edge is for power cords or, as Peter Bonnén of Muuto likes to joke, 'If you spill your wine, you can pour it back into the glass.” Available in three finishes: oak veneer, black lacquer or yellow lacquer. Mix and match sizes and colors to create interesting arrangements. Made in Denmark.
  • Marcel Breuer Laccio Table, Large
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    Marcel Breuer Laccio Table, Large
    In the 1920s, Marcel Breuer began to experiment with tubular steel, creating some of the most influential furniture to come out of the Bauhaus. Spurred by Breuer's design of a low table to accompany the Wassily Chair, the very simple, very clever multipurpose Laccio (1924) nesting tables exhibit his rationalist aesthetic and accomplished technique. The construction is extremely stable; theare of exceptional quality. The cool beauty of the chromed, seamless steel and satin-finish lacquer top will not diminish with use or time. Each table has an individual number for identification and authenticity. The KnollStudio logo and Marcel Breuer's signature are stamped into the base of the tables. The Laccio tables are a registered trademark of Knoll, Inc. Made in U.S.A.
  • Skagen Nesting Tables (Set of 2)
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    Skagen Nesting Tables (Set of 2)
    Inspired by the mid-century designs of Arne Hovmand-Olsen, we created the Skagen Table Collection (2009), which includes this set of two Nesting Tables, as well as a Coffee Table. The space-saving design of the two Nesting Tables makes it easy to double your tabletop space when entertaining or doing projects. Made in U.S.A. Tapered legs offer a delicate profile, while the solid walnut build is eminently durable. The Skagen Collection also includes a Coffee Table. As with any natural material, slight variations in the texture and color of the wood are to be expected and are not defects.
  • One & Co. 47 Table
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    One & Co. 47 Table
    One & Co. is led by three designers, Jonah Becker, Claude Zellweger and Scott Croyle, who describe their process as "informed intuition that combines art and science, business and creativity, intelligence and beauty." (If they could just bottle that combo, they'd be billionaires.) Keeping an eye on the sustainability of our planet is also crucial to One & Co., and their 47 Table (2010) is no exception. Beginning with reclaimed Douglas fir timbers from old buildings, a proprietary low-VOC process is used to coat the wood with a brilliant layer of silver. (The table is not electroplated as that would result in toxic runoff.) The stunning surface plays up the true character of the wood, bringing out intricate and unique details of each piece. The silver is allowed to tarnish in some areas, and then the entire surface is protected with a clear coat finish to prevent any further tarnish. As for the name of this table, "47" is the atomic number of silver, and the height of the table is 47cm (18.5"). Made in U.S.A.
  • George Nakashima Splay-Leg Coffee Table
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    George Nakashima Splay-Leg Coffee Table
    George Nakashima regarded cabinetry and woodwork as a noble art form – a view evidenced in the pieces he designed for Knoll. His Splay-Leg Coffee Table (1946) exhibits his gifted sense of grain, texture and balance. The veneered walnut or hickory top has a reverse slip-matched cathedral grain, which allows the table to be placed facing either way. Mortise and tenon joints and brass hardware secure the top to the angled solid walnut legs, creating a simple, heirloom-quality modern classic. Nakashima referred to himself as a 'Japanese shaker,” expressing the belief that his designs should be treated as everyday functional objects, not precious possessions. The Shaker influence can be noted in his extraordinary skill at crafting wood, a material he approached with great reverence, saying, 'A tree is our most intimate contact with nature.” A signature plate on the underside of the table attests to its authenticity. This Table is manufactured by Knoll.
  • Finn Juhl Tray Table with Reversible Tabletop
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    Finn Juhl Tray Table with Reversible Tabletop
    Designed in 1965, Finn Juhl’s Tray Table has a reversible tabletop that you can flip over to reveal the color on the opposite side. Framed in solid walnut, the durable laminate top is glossy white on one side, glossy black on the other. Supporting the tray top are four simply shaped legs made of stainless steel. This original is an authentic, fully licensed product of Onecollection, House of Finn Juhl™. Made in Denmark. The reversible tabletop is glossy white on one side, glossy black on the other. The tabletop is framed in solid walnut. The square shape of this table makes it suitable for use in front of a sofa or between two chairs.
  • Alexander Girard Girard Table
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    Alexander Girard Girard Table
    'Art is only art when it is synonymous with living,” said Alexander Girard, who is widely recognized for his work in textiles and furniture. The designer was true to his words when he created the Girard Coffee Table (1948) for Knoll®. The art of this coffee table is its book-matched walnut veneer tabletop, organic shape and smooth 45-degree beveled edge. The 'living” part is in how the table can be positioned with either the straight or asymmetrical side toward the seating area, providing a large surface area in a relatively narrow footprint. Girard’s work has been the subject of many museum exhibitions, including a 2004 retrospective at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. Manufactured by Knoll according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer.
  • Gae Aulenti Tavolo Con Ruote Coffee Table
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    Gae Aulenti Tavolo Con Ruote Coffee Table
    It takes a bit of bravado to live with this iconic piece by Gae Aulenti, who believes strongly in the concept of surprise (and she’s not referring to stumbling over this table in the dark). The Italian architect and designer created her 1980 Tavolo Con Ruote ('table with wheels”) at a time when she was working on several large-scale museum projects. The layout of the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, the design of the Contemporary Art Gallery at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, and the Palazzo Grassi in Venice are all Aulenti’s works. Ships with casters unattached; simple assembly required. Made in Italy.
  • Moebius Table
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    Moebius Table
    We discovered the Moebius Table (2006) in Parma, Italy, but with its endless looping base and delicately suspended glass surface, it defies national boundaries. The solid walnut foundation flares and narrows in six arcs, creating a look of poised animation. Each upright is accented by brass hardware and serves as a balance point for the thick glass top. The name was inspired by August Ferdinand Möbius, the German astronomer and mathematician who first published the discovery of the Möbius strip – a two-dimensional surface with only one side. To construct a model of it, take a rectangular piece of paper, give it a half twist and then tape its ends together. The resulting shape has one continuous curve – a bit like the base of Moebius. Reminiscent of the iconic Noguchi® Table, this piece is a classic in its own right, blending rhythmic form with straightforward function. Simple assembly required. Made in Malaysia.
  • Eva Zeisel Coffee Table
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    Eva Zeisel Coffee Table
    Eva Zeisel was continually intrigued by what she called her "playful search for beauty" – an idea she continued to explore until December 30, 2011, when she passed away at age 105. Zeisel was world renowned for her ceramics, and when she was in her early 80s, she started designing tables. The medium may have changed, but her Coffee Table (1993) is still very Zeisel with its whimsical lines and ornamental motifs. A person of delightfully defiant spirit, Zeisel was just beginning her career when she declared war on the fashionable avant-garde. "I didn't accept the purism of modern design," she said. "In my definition, if it gave beauty to the eye, it was beauty." Even when MoMA was an advocate of straight-lined Bauhaus design, Zeisel gave them curved feminine forms. The result of such an approach is a design that's truly timeless. "I always live life in the present," said Zeisel. "Eternity is only in the present." In 2005, Eva Zeisel was awarded the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for Lifetime Achievement. Made in Canada. Choose from two finishes: black or white lacquer.
  • Eileen Gray Adjustable Table E1027
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    Eileen Gray Adjustable Table E1027
    Eileen Gray was born in Ireland in 1878, studied at the Slade School of Art in London and then moved to Paris. After her work was exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Décorateurs in 1913, she started earning commissions for her interior design work, and in 1922, she opened her own shop, called Jean Désert. In mid-career, Gray became an architect and designed a home in Roquebrune, France with fellow-architect and partner Jean Badovici. Gray also designed the furniture for this house, which they named E.1027 to reflect the collaborative nature of the project. E.1027 is a cipher for the architects’ intertwined initials: The E is for Eileen and the numbers 10, 2 and 7 represent the alphabetical order of the letters J, B and G, respectively. In photographs of the house, the Adjustable Table E1027 (1927) is shown being used next to a bed, but it is also wonderfully suited for use next to a sofa or chair. This table is included in the permanent collection of MoMA in New York. The production of this table is authorized by the World License Holder, Aram Designs Ltd. Made in Italy.
  • Warren Platner Platner Side Table
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    Warren Platner Platner Side Table
    If you combined the work of I.M. Pei and Eero Saarinen, the result might very well look like the Platner Collection (1962). Warren Platner worked with both of the industrial and organic design giants before turning his attention to steel wire furniture, for which he devised the structure and production method. Requiring as many as 1,000 welds and crafted out of wire and space, the Side Table demonstrates Platner's belief that there is room in modernism "for the kind of decorative, gentle, graceful design that appeared in a period style like Louis XV." Constructed of metal components that are finished in bright nickel with a clear lacquer protective coating, the table features a clear plastic extrusion ring surrounding the base to protect floors and ensure a level tabletop. The tabletop is made of .4" thick tempered glass. The Platner Collection is Greenguard Indoor Air Quality Certified for low-emitting products. Manufactured by Knoll® according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in Italy. Get it fast: This item is in stock and ready to ship.
  • Warren Platner Platner Coffee Table
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    Warren Platner Platner Coffee Table
    If you combined the work of I.M. Pei and Eero Saarinen, the result might very well look like the Platner Collection (1962). Warren Platner worked with both of the industrial and organic design giants before turning his attention to steel wire furniture, for which he devised the structure and production method. Requiring as many as 1,000 welds and crafted out of wire and space, the Coffee Table demonstrates Platner's belief that there is room in modernism "for the kind of decorative, gentle, graceful design that appeared in a period style like Louis XV." Constructed of metal components that are finished in bright nickel with a clear lacquer protective coating, the table features a clear plastic extrusion ring surrounding the base to protect floors and ensure a level tabletop. The tabletop is made of .4" thick tempered glass. The Platner Collection is Greenguard Indoor Air Quality Certified for low-emitting products. Manufactured by Knoll® according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in Italy.
  • Craig Bassam Tray Rack Side Table
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    Craig Bassam Tray Rack Side Table
    Craig Bassam compares the Tray Rack Side Table (2000) to a post-and-beam structure in how it exemplifies the simple honesty of a well-built object. The two removable, stackable trays expand the functionality of this table, whether it’s used beside the bed or next to a sofa. (Additional Stacking Trays are sold separately.) Bassam and his partner Scott Fellows live with all the objects they create, and admit to having 'a huge stack of trays” in their Connecticut home, where they use them to carry drinks to the living room, snacks to the den, mail to the office, and so on. Made of sustainably and locally harvested American black walnut, the carved trays have gently curved edges for a pleasing profile. This table is used in diverse settings worldwide, from the Master’s House at Yale University to The James Hotel in Chicago. Made in U.S.A.
  • Finn Juhl Eye Table
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    Finn Juhl Eye Table
    While his sofas and chairs look like they were shaped by wind or water, Finn Juhl’s Eye Table (1946) brings a touch of sobriety to the mix. Although, that’s not to say this Table isn’t daring. Designed when Juhl was very interested in abstract paintings and sculptures, the Table stands on three legs with stretchers – one of which has a more fluid form – and has an eye-shaped rounded tabletop. This original is an authentic, fully licensed product of Onecollection, House of Finn Juhl™. Made in Denmark.
  • Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand LC10 Square Low Table
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    Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand LC10 Square Low Table
    Le Corbusier referred to a house as a "machine for living," an industrial product that should include functional furniture or "equipment de l'habitation." In this spirit, he designed a system of furniture with Charlotte Perriand and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret. Expressing the rationalist aesthetic that came to epitomize the International Style, the framework of the LC10 Square Low Table (1928) is reduced to a minimum. It was Perriand’s idea to manufacture the legs and side pieces separately to ensure the highest quality finish; in this fashion, components of various sizes can be used to create tables more in line with demand today. Each piece is signed and numbered and, as a product of Cassina's Masters Collection, is manufactured by Cassina under exclusive worldwide license from the Le Corbusier Foundation. Made in Italy. A fully licensed classic. For residential and contract settings. Originally presented in the form of a desk at the 1929 Salon d'Automne in Paris. In the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
  • Skagen Coffee Table
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    Skagen Coffee Table
    Inspired by the mid-century designs of Arne Hovmand-Olsen, we created the Skagen Table Collection (2009), which includes this Coffee Table, as well as a set of two Nesting Tables. The smooth edges and tapered shapes of the Coffee Table recall the popular "surfboard" tables of the 1960s, and there's an elegance in how the tabletop appears to hover over the frame, supported by simple brass spacers. The lower shelf creates convenient storage, and two ends are finished with slightly sculpted shapes, maintaining flow from one part to the next. Made in U.S.A. The lower shelf on this table has a lip on all four sides to keep books and magazines in place. At 50" wide, this coffee table fits nicely with a variety of sofa sizes. The Skagen Collection also includes Nesting Tables (set of 2). As with any natural material, slight variations in the texture and color of the wood are to be expected and are not defects.
  • Florence Knoll Rectangular Coffee Table with Glass Top
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    Florence Knoll Rectangular Coffee Table with Glass Top
    Florence Knoll Bassett took a holistic view of interior space planning. As director of the Knoll Planning Unit in the 1950s, her "total design" approach embraced everything about a space – including the furniture. She modestly referred to her furniture designs as the "meat and potatoes" of an interior, yet to this day they hold the same iconic American appeal as that most basic and functional of meals. Her Lounge Collection (1954) has the simple, architectural lines and unparalleled construction of all modern classics. This Coffee Table is manufactured by Knoll® according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Available in glass or solid Arabescato marble. KnollStudio logo and Florence Knoll's signature are stamped into the inside of the leg. American Institute of Interior Designers First Award, 1954.
  • Design Within Reach American Modern Side Table in Walnut
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    Design Within Reach American Modern Side Table in Walnut
    With a nod toward the iconic work of mid-century American masters – but updated to make use of today's most advanced manufacturing processes – the American Modern Collection (2008) has a straightforward aesthetic. Crafted out of solid walnut, this Side Table is made with soft-closing drawer glides that prevent interior contents from shifting to the back each time you close the drawer. The open cabinet is perfect for holding books and other bedside necessities. A bull-nose edge softly finishes the piece. This is a formaldehyde-free product. Made in U.S.A.
  • Case Study Alpine Bedside Table
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    Case Study Alpine Bedside Table
    Inspired by the mid-century Case Study Houses in Los Angeles and other areas, the Case Study Alpine Side Table (2010) is a simple, timeless design. Throughout the design, there is a consistent use of curves that give the table its balanced appearance. The hand-built table is a and a beautiful complement to the Case Study Alpine Bed. Simple assembly required. Made in U.S.A. DWR Exclusive.
  • Design Within Reach American Modern Side Table in Maple
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    Design Within Reach American Modern Side Table in Maple
    With a nod toward the iconic work of mid-century American masters – but updated to make use of today's most advanced manufacturing processes – the American Modern Collection (2008) has a straightforward aesthetic. Crafted out of FSC-certified solid maple, this Side Table is made with soft-closing drawer glides that prevent interior contents from shifting to the back each time you close the drawer. The open cabinet is perfect for holding books and other bedside necessities. A bull-nose edge softly finishes the piece. This is a formaldehyde-free product. Made in U.S.A.
  • Isamu Noguchi Noguchi® Prismatic Table
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    Isamu Noguchi Noguchi® Prismatic Table
    A former apprentice to Constantin Brancusi, midcentury master Isamu Noguchi was no stranger to working with metal. The aluminum Prismatic Table (1957), the last piece of furniture that Noguchi designed, is an example of his return to the medium in the 1950s, during which time he created both functional and fine arts objects out of metal sheeting. Evoking the Japanese art of origami, the table features carefully bent and folded angles that lend dimension and a sense of solidity to the design. Small but sturdy, it's a crisp and classic side or end table. This is the first time the three-legged version of the table has been produced, and is artfully manufactured by the Vitra Design Museum in collaboration with the Isamu Noguchi Foundation.
  • Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand LC10 Rectangular Low Table
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    Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand LC10 Rectangular Low Table
    Le Corbusier referred to a house as a "machine for living," an industrial product that should include functional furniture or "equipment de l'habitation." In this spirit, he designed a system of furniture with Charlotte Perriand and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret. Expressing the rationalist aesthetic that came to epitomize the International Style, the framework of the LC10 Rectangular Low Table (1928) is reduced to a minimum. It was Perriand’s idea to manufacture the legs and side pieces separately to ensure the highest quality finish; in this fashion, components of various sizes can be used to create tables more in line with demand today. Each piece is signed and numbered and, as a product of Cassina's Masters Collection, is manufactured by Cassina under exclusive worldwide license from the Le Corbusier Foundation. Made in Italy. A fully licensed classic. For residential and contract settings. Presented at the 1929 Salon d'Automne in Paris and in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
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