Florence Knoll Bassett almost single-handedly defined the look of modern corporate interiors in the 1950s and â€™60s, as founder and director of the Knoll Planning Unit, the space-planning arm of KnollÂ® Associates. She looked at furniture design as just one aspect of her â€œtotal designâ€ approach to interiors. â€œI did it because I needed a piece of furniture for a job and it wasnâ€™t there, so I designed it,â€ she said. She wasnâ€™t the only one who needed the Florence Knoll Credenza (1961), though, as it has been in constant production since its introduction. The simple, refined design has a white Arabescato top (the same marble used on the Saarinen Pedestal Table). It is appropriate for a dining room, living room or office space. Made in Italy. Four drawers, each with one removable partition. One full-extension file drawer with metal bars for letter- or legal-size hanging files. Ebony Florence Knoll Bassett: Florence Knoll Two-Position Credenza.