The Knoll Cyclone Dining Table was designed by Isamu Noguchi in 1953 in an effort to experiment with wire and wood. The Cyclone Dining Table brilliantly combines both materials into an eye-catching piece. The sculptural base incorporates chrome-plated steel wires and a black porcelain finished foot. The beech exposed edge of the table's surface provides that touch of flair that truly sets the Cyclone Dining Table apart.
The Krusin Armchair by Knoll uses subtle angles in the chair's back to provide comfort and a balanced aesthetic. Hardwood frame and arms in a variety of finishes. Upholstered seat with elastic belt suspension. Designed by Marc Krusin.
The Saarinen Dining Table by Knoll was designed by Eero Saarinen, one of the master designers of the 20th century. Available in a number of surfaces finishes, this table is among one of the most important furniture designs of the mid-century movement.
Clean lines, solid construction and a simple design combine in the Emma Dining Chair from Younger Furniture. With its simple design the Emma dining Chair is a welcome addition to nearly any dining room or table.
The Herman Miller Nelson Swag Leg Armchair is a different take on the normal armchair with its signature tapered metal legs. The legs support a plastic frame, which is an altered version of the Eames Molded Plastic series, complete with a hinge-type back for a small recline. This chair works well as a dining chair, side chair, or even a desk chair.