Design by Richard Schultz, 1966. In 1962, Florence Knoll asked designer Richard Schultz to create a collection of furniture that could withstand the outdoors. The result was the "1966 Collection" which became an instant classic. This furniture series revolutionized outdoor furniture with a clean, fresh look that remains fully relevant today. Richard Schultz outdoor furniture emphasizes exceptional durability. All furniture has been re-engineered to incorporate the best modern materials, including Teflon thread, powder coat paints and stainless steel. The 1966 Collection® Serving Cart can be customized with table top material and frame color options. Select from clear or etched tempered glass, porcelain (offered in 7 colors), teak or white fiberglass table tops. The cast and extruded aluminum frame is finished in a weather resistant polyester powder coat (select from 12 colors). An optional custom cover is available and sold separately. Recipient, American Institute of Interior Designers Award; International Design Award, USA, 1967; Designers Center Stuttgart Award, Germany, 1969/70 and ICFF Editor's Award for Outside Furniture, 2007. 1966 is also exhibited in a number of museums, including the Permanent Design Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York (MoMA); Louvre Museum, Design Collection, Paris, France; Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, Germany and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England.