Part of a larger collection designed in 1941, the Kid's Risom Amoeba Table incorporates a natural aesthetic characteristic of understated Scandinavian design. The Kid's Amoeba Table displays the same sturdy, straightforward construction and organic shapes that embody Risom's distinctive style. This table and chair set will be loved by all children while showing off your contemporary design sensibilities. Features at a Glance: Design Year: 1941
- Amoeba Table has a woodgrain top with laminate finish in honey
- Table base and chair frame made of solid natural beech with mortise and tenon construction
- Chair available with either an open or upholstered webbed back
- Upholstered in choice of nylon/cotton blend
- Nylon webbing is 60% nylon, 40% cotton with stain-protective finish
- Some minor assembly is required
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- Amoeba Table Dimensions: 20" H x 42" W x 32" D
- Risom Side Chair Dimensions: 23" H x 13.13" W x 15.38" D
- Risom Stool Dimensions: 13.5" H x 12.3" W x 11.5" D
- Seat Height: 13.25"
- 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.
- Knoll products are guaranteed to be free from defects in materials and workmanship during the applicable warranty period set forth in the Knoll Warranty
- Should you discover shortly after receiving your Knoll products 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
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