The Design With his Swag Leg Group, George Nelson didn't try to design an innovation; the innovation resulted from his criteria for the design He began with the legs, insisting that they be made of metal, machine formed, and pre-finished. He also wanted them to be easy for the consumer to assemble, so the desk and tables could ship knocked down to save on costs ''Swaging'' -- using pressure to taper and curve a metal tube -- proved to be the best way to produce Nelson's legs, which are made of 16-gauge steel and have adjustable glides Solid walnut stretchers that bolt onto the legs were added for a stable, durable base that is common to both the Swag Desk and Tables
- Space for everything
- Perfectly sized work tables for any space (home or office)
- Provides plenty of workspace to spread out papers
- Intuitive, Innovative Methods: Namesake legs formed by ''swaging''
- Intuitive, Innovative Methods: Process uses pressure to taper and curve metal tubing
- Comes ready to assemble for easy, economical shipping
- Walnut veneer edging coordinates with solid walnut stretchers
- Coordinates perfectly with other pieces from the Swag Leg Group
- 16 Gauge steel tubing provides unsurpassed stability
- Attractive coordinating finishes
- Practical chromed metal legs, machine formed and pre- finished with adjustable glides
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