This wood-topped table with slim, straight steel legs and stripped of any details or ornament was first conceived by American designer Paul McCobb in the 1950s. The influential creator offered Cache as a part of his Planner modular furniture series that would help popularize the midcentury look. Though McCobb’s design is sleek and unadorned, the warmth of the oak-veneer surface makes the versatile table a genial choice for dining or work activities.
- Small: 28.3" h x 70.9" w x 35.4" d (72x180x90cm)
- Large: 28.3" h x 102" w x 35.4" d (72x260x90cm)
Powder-coated steel, oak veneer