The Stromborg Table Collection, designed for indoor or outdoor use, offers clean lines and a broad palette of top materials and paint finishes that complement any environment. The signature X- and Y-shaped aluminum rails are offered in bright colors for a subtle but energetic accent.
- Frames are Constructed From Extruded Aluminum Rails, Which are Connected Using Die-Cast Aluminum "X" and "Y" Shaped Castings.
- Structural Steel Legs Join The Table’s Extruded Aluminum Rails Through a Blind Assembly, Seamlessly Tying The Leg To The Cope Detailed Rail.
- Stainless Steel Hardware and Fasteners are Used Throughout The Table’s Construction.
- White Laminate Faces With Black Phenolic Core.
- Core is Constructed of FSC Certified Craft Paper and Phenolic Resin.
- 1/2" Thick Clear Tempered Glass.
- Honed Natural Cararra Marble.
- Polished, Bright White Surface is Nonporous and More Compact Than Most Granites.
- Comprised Of 93% Fused Quartz.
- It Does Not Yellow or Stain and is Scratch Resistant.
- Suitable For Outdoors.
- Non-marking Indoor/Outdoor Grey Nylon Glide Protects The Table and The Floor.
- An Adjustable Height Indoor Glide Kit is also Included.
- Height: 73.7 cm / 29 inch
- Width: 76.2 - 91.4 cm / 30 - 36 inch
- Depth: 152.4 - 182.9 cm / 60 - 72 inch
- Tops available in a variety of dimensions and shapes.
- Tops is available in outdoor laminate with phenolic core, clear glass, natural Carrara marble, and engineered stone.
- Leg finished with ultra-durable polyester powder coat in white or graphite.
- Steel legs are pretreated with a zinc-rich epoxy primer providing a robust base of protection from the elements.
- Table base is constructed using extruded aluminum rails connected using die-cast "X" and "Y" shaped castings.
- Legs join the extruded aluminum rails with blind assembly, seamlessly tying the leg to the cope-detailed rail.
- Aluminum rails are available in a wide variety of paint colors.
- Stainless steel hardware and fasteners.
- Counter bored pockets in the aluminum rails hide all assembly hardware.
- All finishes and surfaces are suitable for outdoor use.
- Marble is treated to resist stains with a topical sealer, which requires maintenance.
- Natural marbles will develop a rich patina when used outdoors.
- Greenguard Indoor Air Quality Certified®
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Knoll Daniel Stromborg Rectangle Table Designed by:
- Daniel Stromborg , 2012
Daniel Stromborg’s young, but already robust career is informed by a variety of evolving professional interests. After studying pre-med and comparative literature at the University of Montana, Stromborg fell into object design and furniture making. He briefly studied Interior Architecture at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, before moving to Los Angeles to study Environmental Design at The Art Center of Design in Pasadena. It was in this context that Stromborg added brand-based and conceptual work to his interests.
After stints with digital-imaging pioneer April Greiman and furniture designer Richard Holbrook, Stromborg worked with designer Don Chadwick. Accordingly, his first introduction to Knoll product design came while he worked as Lead Designer on Chadwick’s Spark Series. Stromborg left Chadwick’s studio to pursue his own projects full-time and collaborated with Knoll to create the Stromborg Table. He is currently working with his studio – The Creative Common Good – on a variety of contracted projects, creating inventive consumer electronics, residential furniture, and branding.