Drawing of the Nelson Platform Bench with Metal legs with a man sitting for scale

Nelson Platform Bench - Metal Legs

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Designer: George Nelson
Year: 1946
Height: 14” | 35.6 cm
Depth: 18.5” | 47 cm
Length (Small): 48” | 121.9 cm
Length (Medium): 60” | 152.4 cm
Length (Large): 72” | 182.9 cm
Materials: Maple or walnut slats, chrome metal legs

The Nelson Platform Bench with Metal Legs is a multi-functional rectangular midcentury bench that can be used flexible as a seat, as a table, or as a supporting base as necessary. Designed by George Nelson in 1946, the Nelson Platform Bench is constructed using finger-jointed solid maple or walnut connections and is set on slender chrome legs. The Nelson Platform Bench comes in three lengths: a short bench of 48” | 121.9 cm, mid-sized at 60” | 152.4 cm, and a long length of 72” | 182.9 cm. The bench has a height of 14” | 35.6 cm with a depth of 18.5” | 47 cm. A design variation with trapezoidal wooden legs is also available.

Dimensioned drawings of the Nelson Platform Bench with Metal Legs showing front, side, and plan views

The Nelson Platform Bench with Metal Legs is a multi-functional rectangular midcentury bench that can be used flexible as a seat, as a table, or as a supporting base as necessary. Designed by George Nelson in 1946, the Nelson Platform Bench is constructed using finger-jointed solid maple or walnut connections and is set on slender chrome legs. The Nelson Platform Bench comes in three lengths: a short bench of 48” | 121.9 cm, mid-sized at 60” | 152.4 cm, and a long length of 72” | 182.9 cm. The bench has a height of 14” | 35.6 cm with a depth of 18.5” | 47 cm. A design variation with trapezoidal wooden legs is also available.

Larger and smaller variations of the Nelson Platform Bench with Metal Legs drawn in front and plan views

Drawings include:
Nelson Platform Bench - Metal Legs front elevation, front (man sitting), side, plan, front/plan (long), front/plan (short)

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