The Knoll SM Side Table, along with a variety of similarly inspired Coffee Tables, is part of the SM Table Collection, a group of furniture designed by Shelton Mindel & Associates in 2006. These side tables are comprised of top that almost seems to float above a non-concentric base of stainless steel. Knoll SM Tables are an essential part of the Shelton Mindel Collection, a larger assortment of furniture which also includes a chair, settee and sofa.Read More...
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The Knoll SM Side Table is available in one of three top finish options. The two glass options include a 3/4" thick "clear" glass top with a 1/8" wide bevel and a slight green tint to the top and edges, and a 3/4" Starphire™ glass with a bevel edge and the underside painted white. The third top option is a 3/4" thick natural cleft slate with a beveled edge.
Knoll SM Tables feature a stainless steel frame in your choice of either a polished steel finish hand-buffed to a mirror shine or a white painted base coated in a tough, abrasion-resistant Rilsan finish.
The Knoll Space SM Side Table reflects the design integrity and intelligence of Shelton Mindel & Associates, a firm that has been recognized for its strong and elegant designs in the tradition of innovators like Florence Knoll. SM Tables' distinctive and beautiful bent metal base and floating top are precious and defined, like a piece of fine jewelry. With three top finish options and two available base finishes, you can find a Knoll SM Side Table to fit your home or office space.
|Table top dimensions||24" W x 24" D|
|Top thickness||3/4" thick|
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The dynamic form of the Knoll SM Side Table was inspired by graphic artist M.C. Escher and his "impossible forms." The seamless steel base of the SM Table is a continuous extrusion that appears to have no beginning and no end, reminiscent of Escher works like "Ascending and Descending." This innovative design is a hallmark of Shelton Mindel's aesthetic of clear and concise concepts brought to fruition.