The Knoll Pensi Round Dining Table is the dining size version of Jorge Pensi's signature Bistro Table. Pensi Tables, which also include a line of smaller Cafe Tables, feature a stainless steel top available in a steel finish or Trespa metallic laminate sitting atop a cast aluminum base that complements Pensi's award-winning Toledo Stacking Chairs. Available in two sizes, Knoll Pensi Dining Tables are a durable dining table solution ideal for both indoor and outdoor use.Read More...
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The Knoll Pensi Round Dining Table is available in your choice of either a 43.25" diameter or 47.25" diameter top with the option of either a stainless steel finish with a sanded pattern of scalloped, compact disk-like 1.25" wide circles with a wrapped edge or a Trespa metallic finish with a natural black phenolic edge. The metallic Trespa finish is made of recyclable materials and is ideal for outdoor use, due to its UV resistance and the fact that it's easy to clean and does not reflect heat.
Jorge Pensi's Knoll Space Pensi Round Dining Table is part of the Argentinean designer's signature collection of dining, bistro and cafe tables. These Pensi Tables are intuitively-designed and built to last, with a stainless steel top and cast-aluminum base made to withstand outdoor use. Featuring a central, round column of polished and anodized aluminum with internal weight for additional stability, Knoll Pensi Round Dining Tables are resilient, versatile tables that can fit numerous applications.
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Jorge Pensi, the Argentinean designer responsible for the Knoll Pensi Dining Table, was originally a student of architecture in Buenos Aires, but has since gone on to work in many varying fields, including lighting design, graphic design, and, of course, furniture design. He originally designed the table as the Toledo Table for Spanish firm Amat in 1988, and it was subsequently adopted by Knoll. Don't forget to add its companion piece, the similarly-designed Knoll Toledo Stacking Chair.