The Grasshopper Table is defined by its lightness and elegance, executed with a characteristic Knoll aesthetic
Drawing inspiration from the insect of the same name, the Grasshopper Table has precisely angled legs that conjure images of the natural world.
An ultra-thin top rests on the legs, lending the table a sense of weightlessness despite its generous proportions. The Grasshopper Table has a highly adaptable aesthetic, with both the top and legs available in a range of different finishes.
Each element of the collection expresses the value of Knoll craftsmanship, evidenced in the working of raw materials of the highest quality, and careful and passionate detailing that confers a special charm to this highly versatile piece.
Founded in New York City in 1938 by European migrants Hans Knoll and Jens Risom, the company sought to bring European Modernism to the United States with its selection of modern office and home furniture.
The company became firmly established when Hans met his wife and working partner Florence. Well travelled, well educated and connected to Marcel Breuer, Mies Van Der Rohe, Eero Saarinen and many more. Florence Knoll brought an exacting eye and creative vis...