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|Product Dimension (inch):||L15.4*W13.0*H10.0|
|Package Dimension (inch):||L20.47*W16.54*H14.96|
|Net Weight (lb.):||7.1|
|Gross Weight (lb.):||8.2|
Living Room, Waiting Room, Leisure Areas, Hall, Coffee House, Hotel, Villa, Club
|Vacuum with Soft Brush Nozzle||No Direct Sunlight|
|No Sharp Objects||No Heat|
The Table was designed in 1950. In the late 1940s, Designer noted all the "fantastic things being made of wire". That fascination led designer to develop a mass-production technique for simultaneously welding wire rods. One result was that the wire-base table was introduced in 1950. Practical in so many milieus, the tables gave designer the perfect place to serve chanoyu, the traditional Japanese tea ceremony, to special guests, such as sculptor Isamu Noguchi and film star Charlie Chaplin. Today these lightweight, diminutive tables stand on their own, next to beds and chairs as an accompanying surface, or on top of each other in a convenient stack.
With a grand sense of adventure, Designers turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. "
The wire-base tabletop consists of seven layers of Baltic birch plywood sandwiched between ash veneer and high-pressure laminate in black or white. They are beveled at 20 degrees, so the top's plies are visible. The base is available in a powder-coat white, black or zinc.