The Knoll Florence Large Side Table's rich and energetic look reflects the aesthetic of designer Florence Knoll, as well as the objective perfectionism of the 50s and early 60s. These low tables earned Knoll the First Award from the American Institute of Designers in 1954, and more recently her resulting legacy earned her the prestigious National Medal of Arts courtesy of the National Endowment for the Arts in 2002. The many available glass, granite, wood veneer and coated or natural marble options available for the Florence Knoll Side Table make it easy to find one to fit your low table needs.
|Table top dimensions||35.5" W x 35.5" D|
|Glass or coated marble top thickness||5/8" thick|
|Granite, veneer or natural marble top thickness||3/4" thick|
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Florence Knoll End Tables are available in your choice of a mirror-polished or satin chrome finish.
Florence Knoll Low Tables are available in a variety of top finishes, including glass, wood fiberboard veneer and coated marble, as well as granite or natural marble with a protective sealant. Please call us at 1-800-531-3746 to request any other finishes Knoll offers on the Knoll Florence Large Side Table that are not listed.
Clear glass tops are 5/8" thick polished plate glass and feature a stain-resistant transparent polyester.
Wood veneer tops feature a 3/4" thick medium-density fiberboard with a cathedral grain pattern in an array of toned or stained finishes.
Coated marble tops are 5/8" thick and feature a transparent polyester to eliminate stains. Please note that coated marble will yellow over time.
Granite tops are 3/4" thick and feature a protective sealer.
Natural marble tops, like granite tops, are also 3/4" thick and feature a protective sealer.
Florence Knoll was a champion of "total design," which embraced all aspects of furniture design, including architecture, manufacturing, textiles and interior design, as well as the graphics and advertising side. This was a reflection of her roots in the Bauhaus approach to design, which focused on both technical innovation and mass production. The Knoll Florence Large Side Table represents this belief in the importance of all aspects of design, which is why it remains a classic to this day.