Parsons tablePar·sons table
[alsop- t-] a lightweight, square-legged table of geometric design, often made of molded plastic
Origin of Parsons tableafter Parsons School of Design, in New York
A sturdy, usually rectangular table whose legs are flush with and of the same thickness as the top of the table and are positioned at the corners.
Origin of Parsons tableAfter the Parsons School of Design in New York City