Offering a liberal surface space to show a new bouquet or an assortment of magazines or books, this flexible table fills a down-to-earth need. Besides its undeniable common sense, this Kjærholm example radiates downplayed tastefulness. It easily finds a place with any taste while yet offering a strong expression.
Highlighting a hard wearing steel outline and a break-safe glass top, this amazingly adaptable table was first presented by Danish creator Poul Kjærholm during the 1950s.¾ tempered glass on the top gives a nitty-gritty and the base was built by Polished #304-grade stainless steel . Tabletop height is about 12.6 in and height of 99lbs, so it is easy to carry anywhere and everywhere. Partial assembly was required.
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Poul Kjærholm's enthusiasm for working with steel, and joining it with different materials, prompted his numerous famous furniture pieces. These darling plans incorporate the PK9 Chair-a sensitive and shockingly durable piece made of treated steel.
"Steel's useful potential isn't the main thing that intrigues me; the refraction of light on its surface is a significant piece of my creative work. I think about steel as a material with a similar imaginative legitimacy as wood and calfskin," he once said.
Straightforwardness was constantly viewed as in Kjaerholm's commitments. "We should try to keep our designs as simple as possible."