...20 Material such as the marble used for the vestibule staircase; a marble staircase which, according to Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, had been his contribution to the Mannesmann-Haus21, for lest we forget, not only was Le Corbusier in Behrens' employ in the early years of the 20th century, but also Walter Gropius and Ludwig Mies...
|Height: 35 or 52 cm
Diameter: 72,5 cm
|Table top: crystal glass, 12 mm thick
Base: round tubular steel, seamlessly shaped and high-gloss chrome plated
Frame: flat steel profile, high gloss polished
|Function & Properties
|The logo "KnollStudio" and the signature of Mies van der Rohe are engraved on the table legs.
The table top is firmly attached to the frame.
|Please refer to the manufacturer's care instructions.
|Certificates & Sustainability
|GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®
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