Item No. 100377506

Crate Coffee Table

C$ 420.00
Item No. 100377506

Crate Coffee Table

C$ 420.00
Designed by Gerrit Rietveld, and relaunched by Rietveld Originals x HAY, the Crate Collection’s spatial design mirrors the designer’s harmonious architectural sense. This coffee table is designed for outdoor enjoyment. More Details
Lacquered Pine
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Crate Coffee Table
C$ 420.00

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The Crate Collection dates back to 1934, when renowned Dutch architect Gerrit Rietveld wanted to create modern, functional furniture from surplus wooden crates. Made with respect for the original design, the Crate Coffee Table shares the same precisely balanced proportions and transparent construction. It features low proportions, a square top, diagonal crossbars, and a simplicity that mirrors the designer’s architectural style.
  • Available in a range of colors.
  • Wood has been dried to a humidity specifically for outdoor use; indoor use not recommended.
  • Made of solid pine with a water-based lacquered finish.
  • Classic Gerrit Rietveld design.
Crate Outdoor Collection
General Dimensions
  • 15¾" H 17¾" W 17¾" D
Product Weight
18.25 lbs
Requires Assembly

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Crate Coffee Table

  • Height (in): 15¾
  • Width (in): 17¾
  • Depth (in): 17¾
  • Weight (lbs): 18.25
  • Solid pine
  • Water-based finish

Shipping Options

  • Ships via FedEx

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Gerrit Rietveld

One of the greatest Dutch architects and furniture designers of all time, Gerrit Thomas Rietveld (1888-1964) was born in Utrecht, Netherlands. The son of a carpenter, Rietveld was trained by his father as a cabinetmaker before setting up his own shop in 1917. By 1919, he had embarked upon a career in architecture and joined the “De Stijl” Movement, which helped define his progressive style.

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