1966 Series Prototype Dining Table (1980s)
Made by Knoll
This is a large square dining table, designed by Richard Schultz for his 1966 series for Knoll (this one likely produced for Richard Schultz Designs). The design never made it to the production phase, making this a rather important piece. The table features a white powder-coated aluminum frame, and has a black enameled-steel top composed of 4 panels. We acquired this directly from Peter Schultz, son of designer Richard Schultz and longtime business partner also. Peter had used this in his home for years prior to us acquiring it.
The table measures 75 inches wide, 74 inches long and 26 inches high. This piece is in completely original condition and shows light wear from use. There is some abrasion apparent to the white powder-coated frame, and there are oxidation marks and scratches on the matte blue coated top. There are also some missing screws on the undercarriage, though we can try our best to address that prior to shipping. Please see photos. The chair is not included.