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Platner Coffee Table - Gold

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Platner Coffee Table - Gold

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This Style Platner Coffee Table designed by Warren Platner, is an icon of the American Mid-Century era. It distinguished unique 'wire' base and soft curves, it is constructed from pre-stressed and stainless Steel rods, welded to horizontal and edge-framing wire to create a sturdy and stable foundation.

Platner Coffee Table
Platner Coffee Table


In the 1960s, Warren Platner transformed steel wire into a sculptural furniture collection, creating what is now considered a design icon of the modern era. Vertical steel wire rods welded to circular horizontal and edge-framing rods create a unique appearance. The table top is a stunning piece of bevel edged plate glass. The collection also includes side and coffee tables, chairs and a stool.


Platner Coffee Table
  • Frame: 12mm tempered glass
  • Legs: Steel Wire, 12mm Stainless Steel Base
  • Style: Classic Design 
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Assembly: Heavy Glass to base
  • Instructions: Included
  • Care: Spot clean
  • Dimension: Width 91cm, Depth 91cm, Height 40cm
  • Packing Dimension 1: Width 99cm, Depth 98cm, Height 7cm
  • Packing Dimension 2: Width 71cm, Depth 71cm, Height 43cm
  • CBM: 0.216 / 0.068 Product Weight: 37kg
Inspired By

Warren Platner

An American architect and interior designer, Born Joseph Warren Platner in Baltimore, Maryland in 1919. Platner studied architecture at Cornell University and, following graduation in 1941, worked in the offices of legendary designers Eero Saarinen and I.M. Pei. He created a furniture collection that has proved to be an enduring icon of 1960's Modernism and designed several prominent interiors in New York, including offices for the Ford Foundation building and the original Windows on the World restaurant. He also created lighting fixtures, floor and window coverings, furniture and architectural ornaments for clients, completed many other noteworthy projects, including the interior design of Water Tower Place, the vertical shopping mall that opened in Chicago in 1976, and the 1986 renovation of the Pan Am Building lobby for its new owner, MetLife. Platner personally formulated the production techniques for the complicated designs with each chair requiring over a thousand welds and more than one hundred cylindrical steel rods. He died, aged 86, in 2006.

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