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An iconic Florence Knoll credenza in rosewood, drawer fronts are book matched with beautiful Marquina marble top over a chrome plated steel base, circa 1960s. Features five drawers along the right half and a cabinet with four shelves for addition file storage to the left. The lock along the top can be used to lock the cabinet portion.
Florence Marguerite Knoll Bassett (May 24, 1917 – January 25, 2019) was an American architect, interior designer, furniture designer, and entrepreneur who has been credited with revolutionizing office design and bringing modernist design to office interiors. Knoll and her husband, Hans Knoll, built Knoll Associates into a leader in the fields of furniture and interior design. She worked to professionalize the field of interior design, fighting against gendered stereotypes of the decorator. She is known for her open office designs, populated with modernist furniture and organized rationally for the needs of office workers. Her modernist aesthetic was known for clean lines and clear geometries that were humanized with textures, organic shapes, and colour.
Good Vintage Condition; general use related wear; some corrosion to the base as well as some spotting to the marble top. key and lock
75" x 18" x 25.5h"