Table with black-painted cast iron base; column in chrome-plated steel wires. Top in plywood covered with black or white laminate or in glass, 12 mm. thick.
The base of this table is said to have been inspired by the form of the traditional Japanese washbasin. It was put into production by Knoll Associates of New York in 1954 and went out of production at the end of the 1950's. This much admired table by the great Japanese-American designer is certainly one of the most significant pieces of furniture of the period.
Height: 72 cm (28,3")
Diameter: 80 cm (31,5") - 90 cm (35,4") - 120 cm (47,2")