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Alessandro Pianon modernist orange onion ceiling lamp for Vistosi 1960s

Alessandro Pianon modernist orange onion ceiling lamp for Vistosi 1960s
Modernist pendant lamp designed by Alessandro Pianon for Vistosi, Italy, circa 1960. It features an onion-shaped orange glass shade suspended by a steel and electric cable, secured with a black ceiling mount. The lamp radiates a warm, diffused ambient light. Alessandro Pianon was born in Venice, Italy, attended architecture school in Venice and used his talents to become an architect and designer. He was hired by Vetreria Vistosi in 1956 to design the company logo and subsequently created numerous glass collections.

Jules Wabbes rosewood table with geometric chromed base 1970

Jules Wabbes rosewood table with geometric chromed base 1970
Table designed by Jules Wabbes, Belgium, 1970s. Featuring a rectangular rosewood veneer top, resting on a geometric, chrome-plated stainless steel base. The base’s visible joints highlight its constructive composition, contributing to its honest and refined design. A timeless addition to any space, perfect as a table or desk.

Pair of sconces by designer and architect Louis Kalff 1959

Pair of sconces by designer and architect Louis Kalff 1959
Pair of sconces designed by Louis Kalff. Circa 1960. They feature a combination of teak wood and white metal. Supporting a cylinder milk glass. Offering a soft light that pleasantly fills the room. Louis Kalff (1897-1976) was a Dutch industrial designer and architect, renowned for his innovative contributions to lighting design. Kalff’s work is characterised by clean lines, innovative use of materials, and a keen attention to detail.

Leather desk chair designed by Osvaldo Borsani for Tecno Italy 1960

Leather desk chair designed by Osvaldo Borsani for Tecno Italy 1960
This elegant office chair, meticulously crafted by Italian architect and furniture designer Osvaldo Borsani for Tecno in 1960, seamlessly blends comfort and style. Its cognac leather upholstery, extending gracefully to the armrests. The four-star aluminium base, equipped with casters, adds both stability and mobility. With its sophisticated design, this chair exudes timeless class.

Cees Braakman BE02 bookcase a blend of Art Deco and modernism

Cees Braakman BE02 bookcase a blend of Art Deco and modernism
The BE02 Bookcase, designed by Cees Braakman for UMS Pastoe in 1952, is a striking blend of Art Deco and modernism. Crafted from oak, this open unit features three adjustable shelves and distinctive wedge-shaped legs, making it a standout piece in any setting.

KD27 table lamp designed by Joe Colombo for Kartell in 1967

KD27 table lamp designed by Joe Colombo for Kartell in 1967
Black KD27 Joe Colombo table lamp. The base is constructed from ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) plastic, which was a popular material choice during the 1960s and 70s for its durability and versatility. The base supports a double diffuse circular cap. The KD27 serves as both a table lamp and an ambient light, making it a versatile addition to any interior space.

Three seater or sofa design by Erik Worts for Ikea 1962

Three seater or sofa design by Erik Worts for Ikea 1962
Three seater or sofa. Designed by Erik Wørts for Ikea. Circa 1960. Model name 'Kolding'. Wooden teak structure with off white wool fabric upholstery, providing both comfort and a touch of sophistication. Ikea Sweden produced the Kolding sofa around 1962.

Copper pendant light Tallerken by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen 1958

Copper pendant light Tallerken by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen 1958
Pendant light designed by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen. Denmark 1958. Hanging lamp Tallerken model formed by concentric rings of copper brass embedded in each other. The light was made for Pavillon Langelinie in Copenhagen in 1958. Poul Henningsen originally trained as an architect at the Copenhagen College of Technology. In 1920, he set up his own architectural office in Copenhagen. He worked as a freelance architect and designed several houses, a factory, a part of the Tivoli amusement park, and the interiors of two theatres. He is considered one of the most influential designers in the field of lighting.

Henk Fillekes Magneto floor lamp or reading light Artiforte 1954

Henk Fillekes Magneto floor lamp or reading light Artiforte 1954
Crafted by designer Henk Fillekes in the 1950s, this minimalist floor lamp showcases timeless elegance. The lamp features a sleek black metal tripod base with an integrated magnet. The nickel-plated stem holds a steel ball that seamlessly connects to the magnet in the foot. This ingenious design allows the lamp arm to be positioned in any desired direction.

Alfred Hendrickx sideboard with Willy Meysmans ceramic 1958

Alfred Hendrickx sideboard with Willy Meysmans ceramic 1958
Large sideboard model nr. 308 designed by Alfred Hendrickx for Belform with sliding door in Unique Ceramic illustration Signed by Willy Meysmans 1958. Sideboard made of Bubinga wood with 4 drawers and two shelves inside.

Set of three plexiglas and Elm wood side tables France 1970

Set of three plexiglas and Elm wood side tables France 1970
Set of three occasional side tables made of plexiglass and elm wood. France circa 1970. These tables feature a minimalist design that seamlessly blends aesthetics and functionality. The plexiglass base not only supports the tabletop but also elevates the overall design and contribute to the spatial perception.

Set of six mid century wooden chairs with rush seats 1970

Set of six mid century wooden chairs with rush seats 1970
Six mid century dining chairs with hand woven rush seating. France, circa 1970. Solid oak wooden structure with curved plywood backrest made of pressure moulded veneer layers. The chairs have gained a original rich patina through the years. The seats are in very good condition, without any loose cords. Wear consistent with age and use.

Frans Van Praet four postmodern Sevilla chairs for the world expo 92

Frans Van Praet four postmodern Sevilla chairs for the world expo 92
Set of four Sevilla chairs designed by Frans Van Praet for Belgo Chrom, Belgium 1992. The chairs where designed for the Belgian Pavilion in Sevilla Spain '92 world expo. Steel perforated back structure. New upholstered seat in light brown Alcantara suede upholstery. The chairs have gained a natural patina through the years and stand in a good, sturdy condition. Frans Van Praet is a Belgian designer, artist and interior decorator who is still active today. His furniture designs are closely related to the spaces he decorates. He is specialised in (re)installations and renovations of private homes and commercial buildings. One of his most famous interior projects would be The Belgian Pavilion at the Sevilla World Expo.

Friso Kramer Reform Octagon table for Ahrend de Cirkel 1955

Friso Kramer Reform Octagon table for Ahrend de Cirkel 1955
Industrial table designed by Friso Kramer for Ahrend de Cirkel. The Netherlands, circa 1955. This table is the largest version made, 95 inch. Finished with black linoleum and aluminum edge. Industrial grey frame. Kramer’s designs have been exhibited in the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam. He is also the recipient of the title 'Royal Designer for Industry' by the Royal Society of Arts in London.

French side table or Gueridon 1950

French side table or Gueridon 1950
Elegant side table or pedestal table. Circa 1950, France. Brass frame, round mahogany wooden table top with a decorated grid supported with brass x-leg base.

Emmanuelle chair or Peacock wicker chair 1970s

Emmanuelle chair or Peacock wicker chair 1970s
Peacock chair or Emmanuelle chair starring in the french erotic movie Emmanuelle, 1974. Based on the novel from Emmanuelle Arsan with film star Sylvia Kristel. Rattan and wicker chair with eye-spotted high and large backrest adorned with traditional cresting.
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