Florence Knoll Hairpin™ Stacking Table
Florence Knoll for Knoll - 1948
First introduced in 1948, Florence Knoll’s Model 75 stacking stool was an instantly popular addition to what was then still a small catalog of furnishings from Knoll Associates. Florence based the compact design on earlier studies using steel rods at the Cranbrook Academy of Art. The Model 75 stool is now reintroduced as the Hairpin™ Stacking Table.
Base is constructed of bent cold rolled steel rods and powder coated paint finish or chrome plated. Stainless steel screws attach base to the table top. MDF top is sandwiched between laminate layer with ABS edge. Woodgrain laminate tops will feature a matching woodgrain ABS edge. Three nylon bumpers underneath the top prevent scratches when tables are stacked. Note: Tables stack up to 5 high. Available in a range of laminate tops and base finishes.
13" Dia x 18.5" H