Krefeld Side Table by Knoll
designed by Mies van der Rohe
The Krefeld Side Table is of a piece with a whole series of Krefeld furniture, all designed by the legendary Mies van der Rohe. The Krefeld Side Table is the companion to the Krefeld Lounge Chair, Settee, and Sofa. The Krefeld Side Table is restrained but warm, functional and artistic. The Krefeld Collection, developed in consultation with the Museum of Modern Art in New York, is a furniture suite based on original drawings from the Mies van der Rohe Archive. The beautifully proportioned pieces feature a lounge collection and an accompanying side and coffee table, available in clear oak and a range of stained finishes.
Mies van der Rohe began his career in Germany, in Berlin at the famed Bauhaus, and ended it in Chicago at the Institute of Technology. The Krefeld Side Table is a fitting legacy to his career and skill as a designer.
Materials & MeasurementsMaterials:
The Krefeld Side Table is oak with a stained or clear oak finish and comes standard with black plastic glides.
Overall: 17.75" h x 27.5" w x 27.5" d
About the Manufacturer
|Founded in 1938, Knoll has nurtured many of the most inspiring and iconic furniture designs of the last century. With an extensive collection of modern classic furniture for the home as well as cutting-edge office furniture with a focus on functionality as well as aesthetics, Knoll is at the forefront of how furniture interacts with us and affects us in our daily lives.|
|Ludwig Mies van der Rohe is one of the most significant designers of the modern era. Born in Germany in 1886, van der Rohe began a career in architecture and interior in an era that challenged traditional concepts of aesthetics and design. Rejected classical, cluttered notions of beauty, he was a proponent of clean, efficient lines expressed using industrial materials. This design movement gained ground after World War I, but Mies van der Rohe was forced to move to the United States in 1937 due to political pressure from the Nazis, who rejected his new ideas on art and architecture. He took a position as head of architecture in Chicago at the Armour Institute of Technology, now known as the Illinois Institute of Technology. His career in the United States spanned 30 years and saw him create numerous standout buildings in the Chicago area. He is perhaps best remembered today for his inspiring furniture designs.|