The 1966 Collection edited by Knoll is a design by Richard Schultz and is considered the first collection of contemporary outdoor furniture. It is completed with chair, armchair, tables, sunbeds and auxiliary. The elements of this collection can be used in houses near the sea because of their high resistance, in fact the collection was developed by the author for the residence that Florence Knoll owned in California.
Details: Structure of the table cast and finished in white polyester paint and weather resistant aluminum. Table surface in porcelain enamel on steel in white.