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Saarinen 96" Pedestal Tulip Dining Table in Laminate by Eero Saarinen for Knoll

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Origin United States
Period 2000-2019
Materials White Laminate & Painted Cast Aluminum
Dimensions
W. 96 in; H. 28.25 in; D. 54 in;
W. 243.84 cm; H. 71.76 cm; D. 137.16 cm;
Condition Good. Minor wear consistent with age and history
Description Eero Saarinen’s Pedestal Collection is one of the most recognizable forms in furniture design. Colloquially known as the “Tulip”, Saarinen’s mission was to resolve the chaos under furniture of the 1950’s. In a world where brown wood table legs clashed with their legged chair counterparts; his solution was a single “Pedestal”, a uni-leg which met the floor with such grace never before seen in furniture. The revolutionary form gained popularity and the collection grew to include Chairs, Accent Tables, and as shown here; Dining Tables.

Saarinen excelled in his sense of proportion, a quality very much true in this design. The surface space of the 96” oval is expansive yet visually and physically quite minimal, a table of this size can accommodate 8 people. This table is an iconic Eero Saarinen design, fit for the entire family. The piece is designed with satin White Laminate and finished with a white painted cast Aluminum base.
Styles / Movements Contemporary, Mid Century, Modern
Incollect Reference Number 432990
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