First produced in response to Florence Knoll's request for a piece which would withstand the humid climate of Florida, the 1966 series stands as one of the most impactful and long-lasting piece of outdoor Modernist furniture design. With its combination of clean lines and hard-wearing materials Schultz created a dining table that brings a real sense of luxury to the outdoors, that is destined to be a perennial favourite for time to come. The dining table is available in a pair of striking colourways, with the white framed version featuring a matching white table top, and the onyx framed table carrying a table top in dark bronze.
Schultz is best known for his outdoor furniture designs. His graceful Petal Table, introduced in 1960, received the design award from Industrial Design magazine. The steel wire-formed 715 Chaise Lounge, which was introduced the following year to complement the Bertoia collection, was selected in 1963 by the Museum of Modern Art for its permanent collection of contemporary furniture.