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1966 Collection® 18-Inch Square End Table

By Richard Schultz, from Knoll
$1,117.55
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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 with designs like the 1966 18-Inch End Table. This furniture series revolutionized outdoor furniture with a clean, fresh look that remains fully relevant today. The 1966 Collection® 18-Inch End Table can be customized with etched tempered glass, porcelain (offered in 10 colors), teak or white fiberglass table tops. The cast and extruded aluminum frame is finished in a weather resistant polyester powder coat. 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.

Product Features:

  • Can be customized with top color/material and frame color options
  • Cast and extruded aluminum frame finished in a weather resistant polyester powder coat
  • Stainless steel supports and connectors
  • Glides included
  • Optional custom cover 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

Dimensions
  • 18"W X 18"D X 15"H
  • Weight, Glass, Fiberglass: 17 lbs.
  • Weight, Porcelain: 16 lbs.
  • Weight, Teak: 24 lbs.
Material(s)
Welded sand cast and extruded aluminum frames with weather resistant polyester powder coat, table tops available in clear tempered glass, porcelain enamel on steel, vertical grain teak or white fiberglass
Manufacturer Specifications
Specifications Sheet 1, Specifications Sheet 2
Notes
See Specifications for Care Instructions and Table Size/Seating Pairing specifications.
Item Number
KNL-RSD-1966-18L
Model(s)
1966-18L

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 with designs like the 1966 18-Inch End Table. This furniture series revolutionized outdoor furniture with a clean, fresh look that remains fully relevant today. The 1966 Collection® 18-Inch End Table can be customized with etched tempered glass, porcelain (offered in 10 colors), teak or white fiberglass table tops. The cast and extruded aluminum frame is finished in a weather resistant polyester powder coat. 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.

Product Features:

  • Can be customized with top color/material and frame color options
  • Cast and extruded aluminum frame finished in a weather resistant polyester powder coat
  • Stainless steel supports and connectors
  • Glides included
  • Optional custom cover 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

Knoll

Knoll was founded in 1938 by Hans and Florence Knoll who sought to create new types of furniture and environments for the home and workplace. Their approach was to join craftsmanship with technology through the use of design and to create beautiful home furnishings that stood the test of time visually, functionally and practically. The pair sought out designers willing to change the landscape of modern design. With pioneering modernists like Eero Saarinen, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Harry Bertoia, and Richard Schultz they built a brand that today contains many of the hallmarks of modern design.

Knoll enjoys brand recognition throughout the world for its modern classics as well as groundbreaking new products formulated under new designer partnerships. Few companies can match the array of Knoll products, which combine a modernist aesthetic with residential appeal. This point of view nurtured by Florence Knoll, has become the trademark of Knoll design. The Knoll name offers a rich design history - a legacy of iconic designers and inventive new collaborations. Their focus on quality and responsible manufacturing means that each piece transcends multiple generations in both use and appeal.

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Richard Schultz

Richard Schultz joined Knoll Associates in 1951 to work with Harry Bertoia, after studying at Iowa State University and the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. Schultz's work with Knoll took a serendipitous turn when Florence Knoll asked him to design durable, attractive outdoor furniture for her Florida home. The result was the "Leisure Collection" (now sold as the "1966 Collection") which became an instant classic. In addition to his work for Knoll, he designed an office system for Stow/Davis. He also taught basic design at the Philadelphia College of Art and had a one-man show of his sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

In 1992, Richard Schultz began his own furniture manufacturing and design company, where he and his son, Peter, have built an impressive line of outdoor furniture collections including Topiary, Swell, and Mateo. In 2012, Knoll and Richard Schultz reunited to distribute these widely acclaimed and sought after collections to the residential market.

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