Washington Corona™ Aluminum Coffee Table

David Adjaye 2013

The Washington Corona™ Coffee Table reflects Adjaye's architectural and sculptural vision on a new scale. The sculptural table with a clear glass top is constructed from four cast bronze panels, and connecting plates. The rough-hewn exterior contrasts the highly reflective, hand polished interior surface


To mark our 75th anniversary, the Washington Corona coffee table is limited to an edition of 75. Each piece is numbered and comes with a bronze miniature that serves as a commemorative signature plate.


The interior of the panels are finished in a smooth gloss black powder coat paint, contrasting the matte textured black powder coat paint exterior.

  • color Clear Glass
  • color Black


Additional Info

Construction and Details
  • Top is 1/2" thick optically clear glass with a jewel-polished, chamfered edge
  • Base is constructed from four die-cast aluminum panels, connected by aluminum plates and stainless steel hardware
  • The interior of the panels are finished in a smooth gloss black powder coat paint, contrasting the matte textured black powder coat paint exterior
Sustainable Design and Environmental Certification
  • GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®
In the News

The Washington Collection for Knoll, David Adjaye's first collection of furniture, transforms his architectural and sculptural vision into accessible objects for the home and office. The collection consists of two cantilevered side chairs, a club chair, an ottoman, a side table and a monumental coffee table.

David Adjaye said, "It has been hugely exciting to work with Knoll’s team. The design concept has been enriched by the intensely collaborative engagement and as a result, this collection challenges materiality and form in much the same way that I try to work within the architectural context."

Commenting on Adjaye’s work, Knoll design director Benjamin Pardo said, "David is doing really innovative and important architectural projects, and what really interested us was to see that work on an entirely new scale."

David Adjaye Talks about the Collection

Cool Hunting Video With David Adjaye

Established in June 2000, Adjaye Associates was founded by David Adjaye, who is widely recognized as one of the leading architects of his generation. The practice has gained international renown with work in Europe, North America, the Middle East, Asia and Africa, distinguished by its insightful cultural engagement and the transformative civic qualities of its buildings. Projects range in scale from private houses, exhibition design and temporary pavilions to major arts centres, civic buildings and masterplans.

Completed buildings include two community libraries in Washington DC, the Moscow School of Management, the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver and two Idea Stores in London. Current work includes the design of the Smithsonian Institution’s new Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall in Washington D.C.

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