The reserved and cool yet angular design of the Knoll Florence Square Coffee Table reflects the objective perfectionism of the 50s and early 60s and the aesthetic of designer Florence Knoll. She was honored with the American Institute of Designers' First Award in 1954 for these low tables, and they have since become the gold standard for table design. Get your Florence Knoll Coffee Table in any of the many available glass, granite, wood veneer or coated or natural marble options available to fit any environment.
|Table top dimensions||23.5" W x 23.5" 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 Coffee Tables are available in either a satin or mirror-polished finish.
Florence Knoll Low Tables feature a variety of top finishes to choose from, including glass, wood fiberboard veneer and coated marble, as well as granite or natural marble with a protective sealer. Feel free to call us at 1-800-531-3746 to request any other finishes Knoll offers on the Knoll Florence Square Coffee Table not listed.
Glass tops are a 5/8" thick polished plate glass with stain-resistant transparent polyester and are available clear, black or white.
Wood veneer tops are constructed of 3/4" thick medium-density fiberboard with a cathedral grain pattern in a variety of toned or stained finishes.
Coated marble tops are 5/8" thick and feature a stain-resistant transparent polyester. 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 3/4" thick and also feature a protective sealer.
Florence Knoll created her iconic design for the Knoll Florence Square Coffee Table, along with an entire collection of what she called "meat and potatoes" furniture, out of necessity. "I needed the piece of furniture for a job and it wasn't there," she once said of her now classic designs, "so I designed it." Out of this necessity came some of the most recognizable pieces of the mid-20th Century, designs which helped catapult the Knoll brand to the forefront of modern furniture design.