Saarinen Tulip Side Table Round

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    The Saarinen side table, also known as Tulip side table, is part of the famous Saarinen collection designed by Eero Saarinen for Knoll in 1956. The round table is available in several sizes, and there is also an oval version listed separately. The son of architect and Cranbrook Academy of Art director Eliel Saarinen, Eero Saarinen studied sculpture in Paris and architecture at Yale. He collaborated on several projects in furniture design with his friend, Cranbrook student Charles Eames, and opened his own architectural practice in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan in 1950.

    QUICKSHIP: Please note that only the following sizes with white base are available on quickship.
    Laminate: 41cm, 51 cm.
    Arabescato: 51 cm.

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    In the words of Eero Saarinen, "the undercarriage of chairs and tables in a typical interior makes an ugly, confusing, unrestful world." So, he wanted to clear up "the slum of legs".

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    The cast aluminium base is coated in Rilsan, a thick coating made from the castor oil plant which is ten times more resistant to scratching than paint.
    Marble tops are polyester coated to eliminate staining.

    Please take a look at this video about Tulip Tables and Chairs from

  • Small Table
    Height: 51.0cm
    Diameter: 41.0cm

    Large Large
    Height: 51.0cm
    Diameter: 51.0cm

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