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  • Romano Marcato Brio Adjustable Dining Table
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    Romano Marcato Brio Adjustable Dining Table
    Romano Marcato received his degree in mechanics in 1970. After years of designing precision tools and machines for use in the automobile and electronic industries, he co-founded LaPalma, a company that specializes in the art of adjustability. His Brio Adjustable Dining Table (2005) moves from table to bar height – and anywhere in between – in seconds. Designed to have the fluid mechanics and ease of industrial machinery, it raises and lowers smoothly via a lever-activated gas cylinder. Conveniently located on the underside of the tabletop, the lever releases the table from a firmly locked position, and the locking mechanism ensures superb stability. With its ample tabletop, Brio comfortably accommodates up to four people, providing an intimate perch for a dining or lounge area. The tabletop resists warping and is easy to clean and maintain, and the heavy weighted base eliminates wobbling. Made in Italy.
  • George Nelson Nelson Swag Leg Rectangular Dining Table
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    George Nelson Nelson Swag Leg Rectangular Dining Table
    Fifty years ago, the creation of George Nelson's Swag Leg Group (1958) began with him asking "wouldn't it be beautiful to have some kind of sculptured leg on a piece of furniture?" An idea was launched, but the designer had to figure out how to make the legs of metal, machine formed and ready for quick assembly. The solution turned out to be swaging, a method of using pressure to taper and curve a metal tube. Nelson had found a way to make his sculptured legs. Right for home or workspace, the newly reintroduced Dining Table features solid walnut stretchers that are screwed to the legs for added stability. The walnut veneered top has coordinating walnut veneer edging for a uniform profile. As with the original, the Swag Leg Table comes ready to assemble to make shipping easy and economical. This original is an authentic, fully licensed products of Herman Miller, Inc. Nelson is a trademark of Herman Miller, Inc. Made in U.S.A.
  • Piet Hein, Bruno Mathsson and Arne Jacobsen Super Elliptical Table
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    Piet Hein, Bruno Mathsson and Arne Jacobsen Super Elliptical Table
    Essentially a merging of an oval and rectangle, Danish poet/mathematician Piet Hein initially defined the -super ellipse” shape as a solution to an urban planning problem in Sweden. The year was 1959 and a new motorway was replacing Stockholm’s Sergel’s Square. Improving the efficiency of traffic through the area was crucial and Hein’s newly defined shape satisfied this need. Hein soon came to believe that the super ellipse was the most visually pleasing shape for any number of applications, including sports arenas, swimming pools and, of course, dining tables. Hein first collaborated with designer Bruno Mathsson on a line of super elliptical desks; their Super Elliptical Tables were designed for Fritz Hansen in 1968. This Super Elliptical Table seats six comfortably, but it’s even possible to squeeze a few more in at the gently rounded -corners.” Polished chrome legs support a white laminate top. This contract-quality surface is appropriate in the home or as a conference or cafeteria table. Original design and licensed manufacture by Republic of Fritz Hansen. Made in Poland.
  • Warren Platner Platner Dining Table
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    Warren Platner Platner Dining 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 Dining 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.
  • Jean Prouvé Prouvé EM Table
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    Jean Prouvé Prouvé EM Table
    Jean Prouvé's EM Table (1950) exhibits a dynamic relationship between the base and tabletop, following in the footsteps of such iconic designs as the Parsons table, the Eames Round Table and Le Corbusier's glass-topped table. Made of sheet metal, each tapered leg is turned out and angled on a diagonal slant to distribute the downward flow of energy on the table, making an incredibly sturdy surface for working or dining. The tabletop is finished in smooth oak veneer and lends a warm counterpoint to the table's mechanical efficiency. Reproduced to exacting standards by Vitra. Made in Germany.
  • Piet Hein, Bruno Mathsson and Arne Jacobsen Super Elliptical Extension Table
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    Piet Hein, Bruno Mathsson and Arne Jacobsen Super Elliptical Extension Table
    Essentially a merging of an oval and rectangle, Danish poet/mathematician Piet Hein initially defined the -super ellipse” shape as a solution to an urban planning problem in Sweden. The year was 1959 and a new motorway was replacing Stockholm’s Sergel’s Square. Improving the efficiency of traffic through the area was crucial and Hein’s newly defined shape satisfied this need. Hein soon came to believe that the super ellipse was the most visually pleasing shape for any number of applications, including sports arenas, swimming pools and, of course, dining tables. Hein first collaborated with designer Bruno Mathsson on a line of super elliptical desks; their Super Elliptical Tables were designed for Fritz Hansen in 1968. Fritz Hansen introduced this extension version in 1988. Seating 12 people max (though it’s possible to squeeze a few more in at the gently rounded -corners”), the table comes with two self-storing extension leaves. With a lighter profile than most extension tables, the Super Elliptical has polished chrome legs that support an easily cleaned white laminate top. With both leaves inserted, a subtle bowing occurs in the center of the table – this is not a defect. Full expansion is intended for special occasions; use one or no leaves for daily use. Original design and licensed manufacture by Republic of Fritz Hansen. Made in Poland.
  • George Nelson Nelson Swag Leg Round Dining Table
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    George Nelson Nelson Swag Leg Round Dining Table
    Fifty years ago, the creation of George Nelson's Swag Leg Group (1958) began with him asking "wouldn't it be beautiful to have some kind of sculptured leg on a piece of furniture?" An idea was launched, but the designer had to figure out how to make the legs of metal, machine formed and ready for quick assembly. The solution turned out to be swaging, a method of using pressure to taper and curve a metal tube. Nelson had found a way to make his sculptured legs. Right for home or workspace, the newly reintroduced Round Dining Table features solid walnut stretchers that are screwed to the legs for added stability. The walnut veneered top has coordinating walnut veneer edging for a uniform profile. As with the original, the Swag Leg Table comes ready to assemble to make shipping easy and economical. This original is an authentic, fully licensed products of Herman Miller, Inc. Nelson is a trademark of Herman Miller, Inc. Made in U.S.A.
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