714 Table designed by Theodore Waddell
After finishing in Chemical make up (1950) and his Masters' in Customer Administration in 1951 from Cornell, Theodore Waddell did his Master's in Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania (1964) and took a very first in Architecture at Florence (1968). He exercised as architect and industrial developer in Italy for fifteen years, going far for himself additionally as digital photographer. He returned to the USA and set up technique in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he now lives and functions. 5 of his lamps are to be viewed in the Musée des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, and two are in the permanent collection at the MoMA in New York; this gallery devoted a special exhibition to him in 1969. The 713/714 Tensegrity tables designed for Cassina have been in the brochure given that 1972.714 TableThe table 714, designed by Theodore Waddel in 1973 for Cassina, it is specified as an accessory with the contemporary and refined layout. The architecture of the table 714, is based on the particular framework and chromium plated steel polished table that make this vibrant and especially desirable. Table with framework in chromed steel and tensioners. Glass leading with beveled side on the lesser side.