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The Saarinen Tulip Dining Table
Architect, furniture designer, friend of Florence Knoll and son of Eliel, Eero Saarinen was anything but a leg man. He designed his iconic Tulip table in 1956 in order to “clear up the slum of legs in the U.S. home.” I suppose a typical table and chair set for four in a U.S. eat-in kitchen would have had about 20 legs, whereas if you splurged for the entire Saarinen Tulip set you’d have only had five legs total.

The Saarinen Tulip Dining Table

Architect, furniture designer, friend of Florence Knoll and son of Eliel, Eero Saarinen was anything but a leg man. He designed his iconic Tulip table in 1956 in order to “clear up the slum of legs in the U.S. home.” I suppose a typical table and chair set for four in a U.S. eat-in kitchen would have had about 20 legs, whereas if you splurged for the entire Saarinen Tulip set you’d have only had five legs total.



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