The Design With a background in architecture, Alexander Girard would go on to become a respected textile designer, notably revitalizing the muted, somber tones associated with textile design of prior decades, with a fresh and vibrant color palate. Girard was the first modern designer to define textiles as being more than just functional and to further emphasize form through the application of color and pattern. While the Girard Table appears to be a fairly simple coffee table, the asymmetry of the tabletop speaks volumes as to Girard's skill as a designer. The piece reflects the mid-century aesthetic of clean lines, organic shapes and Girard's view that ''art is only art when it is synonymous with living.'' *This product is made to order and thus customer orders cannot be canceled once the products go into production Features: -Top made of 3/4'' baltic birch core.-Top has a 45˚ beveled edge.-Legs made of cold-roll steel tubes with metal weldment.-Sustainability Statement: Sustainable design is a key component of Knoll's environmental focus. Knoll's commitment to social responsibility and a healthy environment has prompted the company to further articulate its longstanding environmental programs and, with encouragement and support from colleagues in the industry, Knoll has re-energized its focus on such ''green'' initiatives as life cycle analysis and LEED certification. Knoll is proud to have contributed to projects that have received LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council..-Should you discover shortly after receiving your Girard Table that parts are either damaged or missing, please call us immediately, and we will be happy to send you replacement parts as soon as possible and at no additional cost. ..-Order with Confidence:Each authentic Knoll product includes a certificate of authenticity..-Features at a Glance: Design Year: 1948 Tabletop & Base:Legs are finished in black powder coat paint.-Distressed: No.Dimensions: -16'' H x 59'' W x 26'' D.Warranty: -Knoll products are guaranteed to be free from defects in materials and workmanship during the applicable warranty period set forth in the Knoll Warranty..