The Knoll Krefeld Side Table is part of modernist architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's "furniture suite" first conceived in 1927 while planning residence designs in Krefeld, Germany. Much like his design for the Knoll Barcelona Table, these Krefeld Tables are beautifully proportioned and elegantly simple. Available in oak with a range of finishes, Knoll Krefeld Side Tables can be customized to suit almost any environment.
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Get your Krefeld Table in a natural Clear Oak finish, or choose from four stained finishes, including Wenge, Medium Cherry, Deep Red Mahogany or Light Walnut.
Large items like this one are shipped via freight truck directly from the manufacturer. Knoll offers free freight delivery to any commercial location with a loading dock that is accessible to a 53' trailer. If you do not have access to a loading dock, or if your items are being delivered to a residence, we are required to first ship the items to a local white glove delivery agent for assembly and inside delivery. If you are purchasing more than one item, we are able to offer discounted pricing on white glove assembly and delivery. Please call 1-800-531-3746 for details.
The Knoll Space Krefeld Side Table, much like its companion piece, the Krefeld Coffee Table, is part of a "furniture suite" which includes a lounge chair and ottoman. These restrained, modern side tables have an open pore finish and come in either a natural Clear Oak or one of four stained finishes. If you are looking to add beautifully-proportioned contemporary side tables to your home or office, look no further than the Knoll Krefeld Side Table.
|Table top dimensions||27.5" W x 27.5" D|
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"Architecture is a language; when you are very good you can be a poet." Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's words are a reflection of his architectural philosophy, and it's not just relegated to his famous steel-framed building designs. The Knoll Krefeld Side Table is van der Rohe at his most "poetic," though it is a simple, restrained verse.