The Petal tables were conceived to accompany the iconic wire chairs designed by Harry Bertoia. Inspired by Queen Anne’s lace, a wild flower native to Pennsylvania, each of the Table’s eight petals is independently mounted onto a cast aluminum “spider” support. This not only creates a visually interesting form, but also allows the table to expand and contract with changes in the weather. The tables were introduced by Knoll in Los Angeles in 1960 and were immediately inducted into the MoMA Design Collection. Exposed to the elements, teak will weather to a silver grey as seen above.

Key Features
  • Tabletop is available in vertical grain natural teak and white HPDE (High Density Polyurethane)
  • Teak will weather and acquire a silvery tone if left outside in the elements
  • Base and top support are powder coated cast aluminum
  • Each petal is held in place with 3 screws
  • Stem is powder coated stainless steel
  • Molded nylon glides included
  • Optional fitted outdoor cover available

 

Dimensions - Petal End Table
 
Width Depth
16" 16"
Height Weight
19" n/a