Platner Side Table

Inspired by Warren Platner

£199

A sculptural accent piece, the Platner Side Table has remained iconic since its creation in 1966. The perfect complement to any modern space, the side table is crafted from glass and polished steel. Its industrial design blurs the line between art and function for a truly unique piece.

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Product Dimensions

W39 cm x D39 cm x H52 cm

Weight

10 kg

Packaging

W39 cm x D39 cm x H52 cm

No. of Cartons

2

Base Material

Nickel plated steel

Other

12 mm Tempered Glass

SKU

NHTB919BAG

Delivery

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Guarantee

Every Nordic Haus purchase is covered by our generous 5 year guarantee for domestic use only. This guarantee includes any defects or problems with manufacturing or workmanship. Issues arising from misuse, accidental damage, or general wear and tear are not covered under our 5 year guarantee.

1 review for Platner Side Table

  1. Chelsea F.

    I love this company! Communication was excellent and the product is top of the line. I made changes to my delivery towards the end of the process and they worked with me throughout. I am already wondering what else I can order from Nordic Haus!

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Designer Profile
Inspired by Warren Platner

After graduating from Cornell University’s School of Architecture in 1941, Platner began working alongside legendary designers, Eero Saarinen and I.M. Pei.

Two decades later, he opened an office in New Haven. He transformed the space into his own studio and began creating furniture, textiles and lighting.

He also made prominent contributions to interior design including the Windows on the World restaurant atop the World Trade Center in 1976.

He was inducted into Interior Design magazine's hall of fame in 1985.