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Saarinen Tulip Side Table

Retailer: Bauhaus 2 Your House
$357.00 USD at time of publication Buy from Bauhaus 2 Your House

Description from Bauhaus 2 Your House

Eero Saarinen Table – 16″ Round Tulip Side Table

The Saarinen table has become one of Saarinen's most famous furniture creations. Created in 1957, the Saarinen table envelopes the thought and theory behind one of the 20th century's great architects. Constructed of cast aluminum, the table flows from top to bottom and from side to side in a fluid exchange of lines. Saarinen used a variety of bases and tops for various interiors during his career. The Saarinen table shown here is a favorite as it can be used in a variety of spaces, but is most commonly used as a side table.

Eero Saarinen was known for a number of land breaking achievements during his career, especially as an architect. His buildings throughout the United States are still recognized as wonders, and many have become landmarks, such as the Gateway Arch in St. Louis.

Bauhaus2YourHouse Saarinen Tables are a masterful reproduction of the Saarinen table. Absolute attention is paid to the workmanship of the stone and base creating a modern classic meant to last for years. The table base is available in matte white or black, or glossy white or black. The top is available in a wide variety of stones and laminates, including the ever-popular white arabescato and black marquina.

Materials: Tulip table with white or black lacquered cast aluminum base and choice of marble, granite, laminate top. Base available in glossy or matte finish.

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