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Forty Forty


The combined and Stacking Side FK12 FORTY FORTY of powder coated steel is a significant example of the confrontation Ferdinand Kramer with the variability and adaptability of multi-purpose furniture. Created in 1945 during his time in the U.S., exudes the playful FK12 FORTY FORTY despite its strict geometrical form lightness and elegance. Removable and reversible shelves for top and bottom of colored steel or marble also offer a variety of options and conversion add an individual touch. > MORE Stackable up to five units, the versatile character of the side table FK12 FORTY FORTY allows operation in various premises as impressive single object or in combination with other furniture in the e15 collection. Frame and shelves are supplied separately. ^ LESS

Contemporary Occasional Table from e15, Model: Designer: Ferdinand Kramer
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Model: Designer: Ferdinand Kramer

General Style: Contemporary

Type: Accent Table

Shape: Square

Material: Steel

Color / Finish: White, Red, Black, Gray, Blue, Green

Features: (also available in Storage, Shelves)

Dimensions: 16" D x 16" W x 16" H

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