Knoll Saarinen Table 47" (120cm)

  • $8,599.00
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    Ex-factory PriceSGD 5,587.07
    Freight to SingaporeSGD 1,800.00
    Local DeliverySGD 250.00
    Installation & AssemblySGD 360.00 
    GSTSGD 601.93
    Selling PriceSGD 8,599.00

Designed by Eero Saarinen, 1957

Drawing on his early training as a sculptor, Eero Saarinen refined his design through full scale models, endlessly modifying the shape. With the Pedestal Collection, he resolved the "ugly, confusing, unrestful world" underneath tables and chairs. The collection is a defining accomplishment of modern design and a timeless addition to your home—a true classic.

47" table seats 4-5 people.



Carrara marble in 0.75" thick; transparent polyester coating with satin finish. Beveled edge.

Available in other finishes:

Marbles: Arabescato, Statuarietto, Nero Marquina, Portoro, Rosso Rubino, Brown Emperador, Sahara Noir.

Laminate: 1.06" thick satin smooth laminate; beveled edge

Wood: 1.0625" thick; veneered medium density fiberboard with cathedral grain pattern; solid wood beveled edge


Base is heavy moulded cast aluminium with white or black paint

Sustainable Design and Environmental Certification:

Certified Clean Air GOLD

From the late 1940s through the 1950s, Eero Saarinen designed many of the most recognizable Knoll pieces, including the Tulip Chairs and Pedestal Tables, the Womb Chair, and the 70 Series Seating Collection. His designs used modern materials in graceful ways, helping establish the identity of Knoll during our formative years. That is why the Knoll and Saarinen partnership is the only one entitled to sign Saarinen original projects. Every single detail underlines his unique vision: the selection of the marble for the tops, the colour variation of the fabrics and the unmistakable profile of the pedestal Collection. .


Use it with

Knoll Bertoia Side Chair - Chrome Frame, White Seat Pad
  • $2,099.00


Born to world famous architect and Cranbrook Academy of Art Director Eliel Saarinen and textile artist Loja Saarinen, Eero Saarinen was surrounded by design his whole life. By the time he was in his teens, Eero was helping his father design furniture and fixtures for the Cranbrook campus. After studying sculpture in Paris and architecture at Yale, Saarinen returned to Cranbrook in 1934. It was at Cranbrook that Saarinen met Charles Eames. The two young men, both committed to exploring new materials and processes, quickly became great friends and creative collaborators. They worked together on several projects, most notably their groundbreaking collection of molded plywood chairs for 1940 competition Organic Design in Home Furnishings, sponsored by MoMA. At Cranbrook, Saarinen also met Florence Knoll, who at that time was a promising young protégé of Eliel Saarinen. When Florence joined Knoll in the 1940s, she invited Eero to design for the company. Saarinen went on to design many of Knoll's most recognizable pieces, including the Tulip chairs and tables, the Womb chair, and the 70 Series of seating. In addition to these achievements, Saarinen became a leader of the second-generation modernists. Among his outstanding projects are the Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C., the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, and New York's CBS Building and TWA Terminal at Kennedy International Airport.