Knoll Tables

Established in New York in 1938 by Hans and Florence Knoll, the Knoll brand was based on the Bauhaus philosophy that modern furniture should complement architectural space, rather than compete with it.

The iconic Knoll Tulip table was designed by Eero Saarinen for Knoll in 1957 to address the ‘ugly, confusing and unrestful’ world he saw beneath chairs and tables. Saarinen referred to this as a ‘slum of legs’.

Saarinen designed the Pedestal collection, which included the Tulip table with its single table leg supporting the sleek table top. The Tulip table is perfectly accentuated by the matching Knoll Saarinen Tulip chairs to complete your dining space or meeting room.

The classic glass-topped Florence Knoll table is ideal for home or office use. Available in either square or rectangular designs, the table sits on a sleek chrome frame to suit contemporary or traditional decor.  

One of the first furniture designs commissioned by Knoll, the solid wood Risom dining table was designed by Jens Risom. Available in maple or walnut, the small dimensions of the table make it ideal for smaller living spaces.

Designed to complement the Knoll Bertoia dining chairs, the Knoll Petal dining table was designed by Richard Schultz and inspired by a weed called ‘Queen Anne’s Lace’, which grows in Pennsylvania.

The table top is made from eight individual ‘petals’ mounted on a cast aluminium base. Each petal is independent, meaning the table can shrink and contract with the weather with no damage if used outdoors.

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