Nelson X-Leg Table

Elevation and plan drawings with dimensions of the Nelson X-Leg Table

The Nelson X-Leg Table is a large multi-functional table design set on x-shaped tubular steel legs. Designed by George Nelson in 1950 as a versatile table solution that would prove equally functional for dining, working, or entertaining, the Nelson X-Leg Table is an accommodating design that can pair well with a variety of chair and decor choices.

The Nelson X-Leg Table has a width of 60” (152.4 cm), depth of 30” (76.2 cm), and overall height of 28.5” (72.4 cm).

What is the Nelson X-Leg Table?
The Nelson X-Leg Table is a large multi-functional table design set on x-shaped tubular steel legs designed by George Nelson (1950).
How big is the Nelson X-Leg Table?
The Nelson X-Leg Table is 60” (152.4 cm) wide and 30” (76.2 cm) deep with an overall area of 12.5 ft2 (1.2 m2).
What is the work surface height of the Nelson X-Leg Table?
The Nelson X-Leg Table has a veneer or laminate work surface set at a height of 28.5” (72.4 cm) from the floor.

Details

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Height: 
28.5” | 72 cm
Width:
60.0” | 152 cm
Depth:
30.0” | 76 cm
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Materials:
Veneer or laminate top (walnut, Santos palisander, white); tubular chrome or powder-coated steel legs
Designer:
George Nelson
Year:
1950

Properties

Drawings include:
Nelson X-Leg Table front elevation, front (objects), side, plan

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