Frank Gehry’s 1992 furniture collection consists of ribbon-like designs inspired by the woven construction of apple crates and sculpted from interwoven maple strips. Gehry designed the table, and his entire line of hockey-monikered chairs and tables, with inspiration drawn from the apple crates he used to play on as a boy. Thin-sliced ribbons of maple are the dominant design feature of the Face Off Cafe Table, and the appearance transcends the modern conventions of furniture style (minimalism, etc.). The Face Off Cafe Table is delicate-seeming and lovely, but it’s sturdiness as a gathering-place table is unquestioned. Each table comes stamped with the KnollStudio logo, Frank Gehry’s signature and the date of production.