Italian minimalist table. 1980s

A 1980s oak and chromed metal table. Ideal size for either a dining table or office desk.

The legs are deep plates of heavy chromed steel and the top has a metal inner frame with an oak veneered top.

220 x 89 x 73cm

1250.00 euro

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Scandinavian pine coffee table. 1960s-70s


A robust coffee table in the manner of Roland Wilhelmsson or Sven Larsson. We believe that this minimalist table was most likely manufactured in Sweden, circa 1960s-70s. Original condition with signs of use and age. 120 x 90 x 35.5cm.

795.00 euro

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LC1 chair.

Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret & Charlotte Perriand

Cassina. 1960s

Early numbered LC1 chair designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand and manufactured by Cassina, Italy 1960. The LC1 is an icon and was originally designed in 1928 and was produced by Cassina from the 1960s. This is a very early production number 1509, which relates to the first productions by Cassina in the 1960s. Impressed signature, model number and production number.

2300.00 euro

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Prototype chair. 1983

Tjalling Idenburg (Dutch 1947-2007)

Dutch designer and sculptor Tjalling Idenburg (1947-2007) taught at the TU in Delft in the Industrial Design department, as coordinator of “Products and Prototyping” in the master’s programmes. It was in this area that he was active as a furniture designer and sculptor in the fields of minimal art and spatial design.
This chair labelled with the designers name and the date 1983 is believed to be from a very limited production/ or possibly a prototype for UMS Pastoe. Condition A/F. ~ It would benefit from some care and attention.

1085.00 euro

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Rare Piano Stool by Wim Den Boon

Wim den Boon (Dutch 1912-1968)

A very rare piano stool by Dutch architect and interior designer Wim den Boon. This stool was designed as part of a complete interior in the late 50s. The only other one we know of was a white version owned by Den Boon for his own use (documented in the Den Boon archive at the NI in Rotterdam). Full provenance is available.

In 1945 Den Boon founded ‘Groep &’ together with Hein Stolle and Pierre Kleykam’. The group’s ambition was to continue the purist and functionalist prewar ideals and aesthetic into the postwar period, or ‘reconstruction period’ in The Netherlands. Many of the group’s designs can be seen in the Goed Wonen magazine of which Den Boon was the editorial secretary from 1948-1950 and for which he wrote several articles.

PoA.

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