Florence Knoll 6-Drawer Teak Credenza with Carrara

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Posted on Mon Dec 18 2017

Note: The locking mechanism has been disabled. Also, there are no Knoll markings on this custom piece. Florence Knoll 1961 When Florence Knoll revolutionized private office design by replacing the typical executive desk with a table desk, she needed a place for all the filing and storage that had traditionally lived in desk drawers. Her solution, executed in typical Florence Knoll elegance, was the low credenza. “I did it because I needed the piece of furniture for a job and it wasn’t there, so I designed it.” Perfectly proportioned and immaculately detailed, the design embodies Florence Knoll’s adherence to the teachings of her favorite mentor, Mies van der Rohe.

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KenB

KenB

Mid Century Modern art, deisgn and furniture collector and dealer. My favorite designers are Bertoia, Jacobson, Noguchi, and Girard. I sell and trade.