A champion of the modern movement and protégé of Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer is equally celebrated for his achievements in architecture and furniture. Breuer was a student and subsequently a master carpenter at the Bauhaus in the early 1920s. His entire body of work, both architecture and furniture, embodies the driving Bauhaus objective to reconcile art and industry.
As a Bauhaus apprentice in 1924, Marcel Breuer conceived the low table as a companion to the Wassily chair, the first tubular steel design based on the tubed frame of a bicycle. Knoll Studio logo and Marcel Breuer’s signature are stamped into the base of the table.
Small low table: 21.5”W x 19″D x 17.5″H
Large low table: 53.5″W x 19″D x 13.5″H