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The Finer Details
Created in conjunction with his wildly popular Tulip Chair and Tulip Armchair, Finish-American designer Eero Saarinen designed a complementing table, which is expertly crafted with the same timeless aesthetic, attention to detail and versatility of its predecessor. Introduced in the mid-1950s, this immediately recognizable table is part of Saarinen’s Pedestal Collection.
This item is not manufactured by or affiliated with the original designer(s) and associated parties.
- Product Dimensions: H15.4 in x W41.3 in x D27.6 in
- Weight: 129 lbs
- Packaging Dimensions: Carton 1 (105.8 lbs): 43.5 in x 29.7 in x 5.1 in, Carton 2 (37.5 lbs): 23.8 in x 16.9 in x 15 in
- No. of Cartons: 2
- Material: Calacatta marble
- Base Material: Cast aluminum base encased in a glossy white fiberglass shell
- Assembly: Partly assembled
- Tools Included: Yes
- Free Returns: No
Eero Saarinen worked tirelessly to design an alternative to the cumbersome four-legged chair. Developing the Pedestal Collection, the designer not only created the world’s first one-legged chair; he developed an entire line of complementing pieces, from the coordinating cushion to the matching dining table and side table. Each piece in the collection is a stylish standout, but we invite you to peruse the entire series and mix and match your favorites.
A modern marvel
To this day, the Pedestal Collection is utilized and loved in homes and businesses worldwide. This particular piece, the Tulip Coffee Table, features the pedestal base Saarinen is known for. It’s the perfect standalone piece, but we particularly love it with the matching armchair.
Built for longevity
In addition to being a perfectionist, Saarinen was insistent on using only the highest quality materials. From the meticulous construction to the hardwearing aluminum base and marble tabletop, this piece is built to last a lifetime—and beyond.
We needed a new coffee ...
We needed a new coffee table for our living room. My wife and I both wanted an oval table and this one is perfect for our needs.
This is a high quality ...
This is a high quality coffee table. it's not as big as I'd hoped.
Very pretty oval coffee table. ...
Very pretty oval coffee table. I've always liked tables with this type of base.
No flaws whatsoever. The table ...
No flaws whatsoever. The table is in perfect condition.
The coffee table looks great. ...
The coffee table looks great. It has a timeless elegance that I appreciate. I love the oval shape.
We have an open floor ...
We have an open floor plan, so we like all of our furniture to match or at least coordinate with each other. We own all of the items in your Tulip Collection now. They all look wonderful together.
Eero Saarinen’s penchant for perfection made him an impeccable designer. The Finnish-American architect opted for a sculptural approach when it came to his furniture designs. The aesthetic worked for him, a he grew obsessed with achieving the perfect curve or line.
Saarinen’s design process was a long and tedious one. He was so tuned into the details that he’d build hundreds of versions of a piece until it was visually and functionally flawless. The designer’s time was certainly not wasted; his innovative designs include the iconic Tulip Armchair, the Tulip Table and the Womb Chair.
Envisioning the placement of a piece proved to be a key to Saarinen’s great success. "Always design a thing by considering it in its next larger context - a chair in a room, a room in a house, a house in an environment, an environment in a city plan," he once said.
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