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tempered glassmaple baselaminate base

contemporary table
contemporary table
contemporary table
contemporary table
contemporary table
contemporary table
contemporary table
contemporary table
contemporary table
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Material
tempered glass
Base material
maple base, laminate base
Shape
round
Options
sustainable design, GreenGuard® certification
Market
commercial
Designer
by Frank Gehry
Height

29 in

Length

36 in, 40 in

Width

36 in, 40 in

Description

Frank Gehry 1990 Inspired by the surprising strength of the apple crates he had played on as a child, Frank Gehry created this thoroughly original collection of bentwood chair and table designs. Gehry’s architecture draws its strength from the sculptural approach with which he has expanded the vocabulary of buildings. Bringing this same approach to furniture, Gehry constructed the entire collection with interwoven strips of maple. The ribbon-like designs transcend the conventions of style by focusing, as the great modernists did, on the essential challenge of deriving form from function. Additional Info CONSTRUCTION AND DETAILS .Available with 36" or 40" top in ½” thick tempered clear glass or 5/8” thick textured laminate with clear solid edgeband .Four bolts attach tabletop to the base .Solid maple center column prevents cracking .Arched base design allows ample leg room .Constructed of hard white maple veneer strips, laminated 6 thick with high-bonding urea glue .Thermo-set assembly glue provides structural rigidity without the need for metal connectors .Clear plastic glides with matte frost finish included .The underside of each piece is embossed with the Knoll logo and Frank Gehry’s signature SUSTAINABLE DESIGN AND ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION .GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®
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