Fritz Hansen PK71 Nest of 3 Tables – Black
Designed by Poul Kjí¦rholm in 1957, these three tables can be stored underneath one another. The set marks the first time that Kjí¦rholm used the square in all three dimensions of his work, and can be seen as the precursor of his larger, more complex tables. The toy-like character of the PK71 tables makes them both dynamic and versatile. Kjí¦rholm often stacked the naked frames to illustrate the elemental quality of his other work.
- Manufactured under license in Denmark by Fritz Hansen
- Color : Black
- Materials : Acrylic and satin-brushed stainless steel
- 11.4 inches (high) x 11.4 inches (wide) x 11.4 inches (deep)
- The PK71 tables are included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.