Designer: Warren Platner
Description: this dining table, an icon of modern furniture was designed in 1966 by Warren Platner, American architect and designer, for Knoll (label publisher present on the base, picture n°9). It consists of a nickel-plated steel rods bent base and a round top in smoked glass. This table can accommodate 6 persons.
This collection has been designed by the designer to present a unique and fascinating visual.
Condition: this product is in good vintage condition, the top has some scratches of use, the base some bites of steel (pictures n°5 et 6).
Restoration: this product has not been restored.
Height: 70 cm
Diameter of the top: 137 cm
Thickness of the top: 1,3 cm
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