Norman Cherner Konwiser Dining Table
  • Norman Cherner Konwiser Dining Table
  • Norman Cherner Konwiser Dining Table
The Cherner family is proud to realize the reintroduction of the Konwiser line. Designed by Norman Cherner, The "Konwiser Line" was first introduced at the 1951 Chicago Merchandise Mart as part of the Museum of Modern Art's Good Design Exhibition. The exhibit presented the best designs in home furnishings and included the work of Charles and Ray Eames, Florence Knoll and George Nelson. MoMA recognized the Konwiser Collection as "some of the most progressive furniture designs available to the American public".

Like the originals, the Konwiser line utilizes the same construction techniques, with either Walnut or European Beech tops with a stainless steel base. Each table is manufactured from the original drawings and specifications by Cherner Chair, a Cherner family company headed by the designer's sons.

Wood top, metal base.

Dimensions:
30" w 72.5" L 29.5" h 1" thick

Designer:
Norman Cherner, 1951.

Manufacturer:
The Cherner Chair Company