Florence Knoll Two-Position Credenza

Plan and elevation drawings of the Florence Knoll Two-Position Credenza

The Florence Knoll Two Position Credenza came to fruition when designer Florence Knoll Bassett re-evaluated an office space, ridding of an imposing desk and moving all storage items into a low-standing credenza. The credenza is a large sideboard resting on thin columns or legs, showcasing inspiration from Mies van der Rohe. It features four drawers with removable partitions and one file drawer.

The Florence Knoll Two-Position Credenza has an overall height of 25.5” (65 cm), width of 37.5” (95 cm), and depth of 18.0” (46 cm).

Details

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Height: 
25.5” | 65 cm
Width:
37.5” | 95 cm
Depth:
18” | 46 cm
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Materials:
Ebonized oak veneer; Marble top (Arabescato); polished chrome steel
Designer:
Florence Knoll Bassett
Year:
1961

Properties

Drawings include:
Florence Knoll Two-Position Credenza front elevation, front (objects and person), side, plan

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Credenzas, also commonly known as sideboards, are furniture pieces that function as a form of storage and a table surface. Once used primarily as decorative elements in support of dining areas, credenzas now serve a variety of rooms from conference rooms, to living rooms, home offices, and bedrooms.