The original Spanish Pavilion Coffee Table was created late in the year 1930. Mies Van Der Rohe incorporated the stylized X-Cross-Bar form signature that he conceived a year earlier with the 1929 release of the now iconic Spanish Pavilion chair. Evoking clarity of form, the iFN Modern version features a solid single piece construction stainless steel frame hand polished to a mirror sheen finish. This high quality product features a .75 (19mm) thick tempered plate glass table top for safety. Originally the Spanish Pavilion Coffee Table was designed for the Tugendhat House in Brno, Czech Republic. The table maintains its minimal elegance with a variety of pieces in any modern setting. It is often combined with the Spanish Pavilion Chair and sofas for their stylistic cross bar designs.