In 1956, Kjaerholm created a low table to compliment the PK22 lounge chair. Designated as the PK61, the square table is one of Kjaerholm's most elementary designs, governed by geometry and the structural properties of the materials. The glass top table displays a similarity to the glass table designed by Mies van der Rohe in 1930 for the Tugendhat House, which shows that Kjaerholm admired their furnishings even as he worked to surpass him. The table is constructed with four pieces of stainless steel flat bar welded into the shape of an "L", joined with machine screws, then topped with marble or glass. The legs extend above the horizontal bars so that they can hold the glass in place. The pinwheel structure of the base creates a square reinforces the vision effect of the square glass top.
Our PK61 designed by Kjaerholm is also constructed with brushed-satin stainless steel and topped with a square piece of tempered glass 19mm thick with polished edges.Features:
- Premium stainless steel constructions true to the original
- 3/4 inch tempered glass top measures 31.25 inches square
- Choice of brushed-satin or polished stainless steel base
Overall: 32.5w x 32.5d x 13h