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Knockout Side Table: Square Base
Friends & Founders & Ida Linea Hildebrand
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Low - Black Marble: $930
Low - Green Marble: $1,505
Low - White Marble: $850
High - Black Marble: $930
High - Green Marble: $1,505
High - White Marble: $850
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Knockout more than lives up to its name as a visual stunner, with its matchup of spare design and luxurious expression. The solidly square base in either black, white or green Swedish marble gives a punch to the clean-lined tabletop in powder-coated aluminum. Table can be placed solo or in clusters, perhaps to juxtapose with companion styles from the series with contrasting round and pyramid bases. From Denmark-based Friends & Founders, it's another in a singular series of uncommonly luxurious pieces from creative director Ida Linea Hildebrand.

  • Low: 17.75" h x 23.5" dia (45x60cm)
  • HIgh: 21.75" h x 23.5" dia (55x60cm)
  • Powder coated aluminum, solid white marble, black marble, or green Swedish marble
  • Branded box


“Our designs are characterized by Scandinavian heritage in terms of the ambitiously high quality level,” says Ida Linea Hildebrand, “and the common idea of surrounding oneself with less, but important things” Creative director of Copenhagen-based Friends & Founders, Ida and husband Rasmus started the design house in just 2013 and have already attracted an enthusiastic following for their collection’s pared-down simplicity —often achieved with unexpected and unusually luxurious materials.  Many of their spare and boundary-breaking pieces easily span several contexts from indoors to outdoors, from work to home environments.

Favoring the trend to a universal aesthetic, the company utilizes local manufacturers and specializes in perfectly detailed and custom-made processes as well as a strong focus on sustainable manufacturing methods. Ida sees her furniture as a vehicle for the client’s personal expression, with bold lines and daring use of materials. With a range that includes upholstered pieces, metalwork and stone, in the hands of Friends & Founders the dictum “less is more” is realized with an persuasively idiosyncratic twist.