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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Ecclesiastical bench & three stools

Dutch Bossche School bench and three stools. Grey/silver stained oak with loose cushions.

This furniture was made as part of the modernisation of a Catholic church in the 1960s-70s.

PoA,

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Wim den Boon bespoke side table. 1950s

Wim den Boon (Dutch 1912-1968)

Steel frame and sheet glass.

This table designed in 1950 was made for a private residence in the Netherlands. The concept and plans for the table can be found in the archive of Den Boon’s work in the NAi archives in Rotterdam.

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Dom Hans van der Laan

Dom Hans van der Laan (Netherlands 1904-1991)

Painted pine and plywood. 1980s.

Under the supervision of Benedictine monk/ architect Dom Hans vd Laan, a series of furniture was made by the Dutch company Gorisse in the late 1970s- early 1980s for the purposes of exhibition (catalogue images 1&5).
This table and benches (and three stools not shown) were either the pieces shown in the exhibition/catalogue, or they were commissioned from Gorisse at the time.
The pieces differ from the normal plank constructions in that they have completely flat, panelled exteriors which gives them a much simpler, pared down aesthetic.
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Ref: Exhibition catalogue__Dom Hans van der Laan. Modellen en meubels. Abdij St. Benedictusberg. 1982

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Hans vd Laan & Harry van Hal (Nl. c20th)

Unique merbau wood 1970s Bossche school table by c20th Dutch architects Hans vd Laan and Harry van Hal. This bespoke table was designed and made as part of the interior furnishings of the Bethlehem church (Bethlehemkerk) in Breda, Netherlands.

7500.00 euro

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Gerrit Rietveld Crate Chairs

Pair of 1970s Crate chairs manufactured by Gerard A. van de Groenekan. (Both with burnished marks to the underside). These particular chairs were commissioned by the original owner.

They are in superb condition; both having their original thin milky white waxed surfaces.

PoA.

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