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Petal® Coffee Table

Richard Schultz 1960

Richard Schultz cites Queen Anne’s Lace as his inspiration for this delicate outdoor table with its flower-like top sprouting from the elegant pedestal base. Each “petal” expands and contracts independently, ensuring stability in changing weather.

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    Construction and Details
    • 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
    • Stem is powder coated stainless steel
    • Petal® Coffee Table is certified Clean Air GOLD
    • Fitted cover is available for each piece.Shop Now
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    • Base and stem in a variety of outdoor powder coat finishes View >

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    Richard Schultz:

    “I designed the Petal Table to accompany the Bertoia Chairs. The tops on the tables are made of eight petals, which are mounted on a beautifully crafted cast aluminum spider.

    "I was inspired by Queen Anne’s lace, a weed that grows near our house in Pennsylvania. Each cluster of flowers is supported on its own stem. By making a table in this manner there is no need for a ring support, and each petal is independent, which allows the table to expand and contract with the weather.

    "The tables were introduced by Knoll in Los Angeles in 1960 and were immediately made part of the MoMA design collection.”
     

     

     

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