Dimensioned drawings of the Laccio Table (Small) measured for overall width, depth, and height

With the Laccio Table (Small), Marcel Breuer started experimenting with tubular steel leading to some of the most popular furnishings from the Bauhaus. The Laccio Table exhibits his esthetic and qualified rationalist methodology. With use or time, the sleek elegance of the chromed seamless steel and satin-finish lacquer top won't diminish leaving the table to perform its beauty.

The Laccio Table (Small) has an overall height of 17.75" (45.1 cm), width of 21.75” (55.2 cm), and depth of 19” (48.3 cm).

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Height: 
17.75" | 45.1 cm
Width:
21.75” | 55.2 cm
Depth:
19” | 48.3 cm
Length:
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Weight:
Materials:
Polished chrome tube steel frame; plastic laminate top
Designer:
Marcel Breuer
Year:
1924

Properties

Drawings include:
Laccio Table, Small front elevation, side, plan

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