• Knoll Mlies Krefeld Side Table by Ludwig Mlies van der Rohe
  • Knoll Mlies Krefeld Side Table by Ludwig Mlies van der Rohe
  • Knoll Mlies Krefeld Side Table by Ludwig Mlies van der Rohe
  • Knoll Mlies Krefeld Settee by Ludwig Mlies van der Rohe

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Krefeld Side Table

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe 1927

Designed in 1927, the Krefeld Collection features the pure composition and sobering simplicity that characterizes all of Mies van der Rohe’s work and epitomizes modern design. The clean lines, perfect proportions and range of finishes make the Krefeld Table ideal for public spaces, reception areas, universities and, of course, the living room. Available in side and coffee table versions, the design complements the Krefeld lounge chair and sofa.

Details

Construction and Details
  • MDF construction with stained oak veneer and open pore finish
  • Available in 5 wood stains
  • Seamless connection between top and legs
  • Black plastic guides included
Sustainable Design and Environmental Certification
  • GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®

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General Info

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Finishes

  • color Clear/Light Oak
  • color Medium Cherry
  • color Light Walnut
  • color Deep Red Mahogany Lumber
  • color Wenge

Dimensions

 Mies van der Rohe and his longtime collaborator Lilly Reich designed this lounge collection in 1927 for the Esters and Lange residences, designed by Mies in Krefeld, Germany. A wonderful example of the syntax, skill and diversity of Mies’ work, the collection was originally specified in leather and reveals van der Rohe’s often-overlooked fondness for traditional furniture styles.

Recognizing the timeless appeal of the designs, KnollStudio brought the Krefeld Collection to production for the first time in 2003. Each piece is based on Lilly Reich’s original drawings, found in the Ludwig Mies van der Rohe Archive at the Museum of Modern Art. The introduction of the Krefeld Collection reflects Knoll’s celebration of timeless, enduring design, and underlines our continuing commitment to celebrate the legacy of Mies van der Rohe through his furniture.