1966 Collection Dining Table
designed by Richard Schultz
At A Glance:
Richard Schultz designed the 1966 Dining Table at Florence Knoll's request. She was looking for outdoor furniture that would withstand the corrosive salt air at her Florida home. Typically, Schultz's resultant 1966 collection became what is now considered a garden classic, with clean good looks and exceptional durability. This is one outdoor dining table you'll look forward to seeing every spring when it gets warm out.
What's To Like:
- It's a part of MoMA's permanent collection. Need we say more?
- This outdoor dining table will withstand decades of the worst that Mother Nature can throw at it.
- Porcelain tabletop is easy to clean
- You've got a wide range of sizes to choose from, and your patio will look just the way you want it to.
- The 1966 Collection has won multiple design awards.
What's Not to Like:
We really can't pick on anything besides price, since beauty is in the eye of the beholder. This is an expensive - and extraordinarily durable - outdoor dining table, no doubt.
The Bottom Line:
Give the 1966 Dining Table a home in your back yard. It's ready to go for the next ... say, 20 years or so.
- Overall dimensions: 28" high, multiple width and depth options
- Suitable for indoor or outdoor use
- Frame is made from cast and extruded aluminum
- Supports and connectors are stainless steel
- Tabletop is porcelain (extremely weather-resistant)
- Finish is a weather resistant polyester powder-coat
- Clear butyrate plastic glides protect your flooring if you bring the table indoors
A cover may be purchased separately if you wish to further protect your table from the elements. Give us a call at 888-467-6278 and we'll hook you up!
Base and frame: cast and extruded aluminum
Finish: weather resistant polyester powder coat
Top: porcelain enamel on steel
38" w x 28" h x 38" d
60" w x 28" h x 60" d
60" w x 28" h x 18" d
60" w x 28" h x 38" d
90" w x 28" h x 38" d