Pair of teak plywood armchairs with ottoman 1960
Pair of stunning and rare lounge chairs with matching ottoman, circa 1960s. These smooth and sculptural chairs are made of moulded teak plywood shells. The starbase is build from a black lacquered steel. The design truly embody the spirit of the mid-century, but still conserve their modernity. The chairs are new upholstered in blue-grey velvet.
Studio Sabine Marcelis Marshmallow Candy Cube Signed 2018
Coffee table in polyester resin designed by Sabine Marcelis. Signed 2018 marshmallow Candy Cube. Made of polyester resin, a solid object with a magical luminosity. Unique translucent and highly polished resin that give a magical effect to this multi functional piece. With original Marcelis studio wooden case. Sabine Marcelis is a Dutch artist and designer who has been awarded several times designer of the year. She has worked with brands such as Céline, IKEA, Isabel Marant and Stella McCartney. Her style is characterized by pastel colors, minimalist forms and materials such as resin and glass, and her work focuses on the themes of reflection and translucence.
Bergwood cabinet attr to Jules Wabbes Circa 1970
Cabinet designed by Bergwood Belgium and attributed to Jules Wabbes. Circa 1970. This cabinet features two doors. Two adjustable shelves in brown formica wood. Cabinet made of bent stained multiplex wood with ivory Formica. Raised on Nickel plated round feet. Important and influential Belgium furniture in the mid 20th century.
Alfred Hendrickx 1950 Bubinga wooden sideboard with brass hairpin legs
A very rare sideboard, designed by Belgian designer Alfred Hendrickx for Belform. Circa 1950. This sideboard features six sliding doors with brass inlayed door handles. On the right side six drawers. Four adjustable shelves in sycamore wood. Raised on six brass hairpin legs. Structure made of Bubinga wood. Alfred Hendrickx is one of the most important and influential Belgian furniture designers in the mid 20th century.
Fernand Chambon Art Deco cheval mirror 1930
Rectangular mirror designed by the architect Fernand Chambon for the Hôtel Métropole Brussels, circa 1930. Art Deco base in walnut wood. Nickel-plated frame holding the mirror. An impressively large cheval mirror, a piece that really adds to the atmosphere of a space. The patina contributes to the authentic look of the mirror.
Master cabinetmaker Andreas Tuck AT-303 dining table design by Hans Wegner
Dining table, model 'AT 303' or 'sawhorse table'. Designed by Hans Wegner in 1955. Made by master cabinetmaker Andreas Tuck. Fully teak wooden version 160 cm or 63 inch. Floating table top with brushed messing tubular stem keeping the cross-shaped legs together. Underneath marked with 'Fabrikat Andr. Tuck. Arkitekt Hans J. Wegner Denmark'. It's minimal appearance and focus on forms and function this table is a great example of Scandinavian modern design. This table could also be used as a desk.
Otto Brauer Kastrup Holmegaard Gulvvas Denmark 1970's
Large blue Gulvvas, designed by Otto Brauer for Kastrup Holmegaard, 1970. Hand blown vase. Clear bright blue outside with the inner side in opaque white glass. Marked with the original paper label 'Kastrup Holmegaard'.
KAP pair industrial minimalist photographic floorlamps 1950
Pair industrial minimalist photographic floorlamps. Manufactured by 'KAP', black steel powder coated. Circa 1950. The stem can be adjusted in height between 52 inch and 89 inch with butterfly screw. The lamp shade can be adjusted in multiple directions.
Black leather two seater Baisity design by Antonio Citterio
Black leather two seater sofa on wheels with rectangular seat and backrest. The Baisity sofa was designed by Antonio Citterio for B&B Italia in 1986 and was awarded the Italian Industry Prize, the Compasso d'Oro, in 1987. This piece of furniture is designed to provide an ultimate level of comfort due to the thick seating cushions and the very large seat. All cushions are feather filled. The tufting of the patinated seats adds to the essence of the design. This leads to a luxurious appearance, emphasizing the curved shapes and edges of the frame.
Vintage modern museum display or showcase 1970s
Museum showcase. Circa 1970. The display is sleek in line and has well conceived proportions. The base is executed in a simple way and complements the vitrine very well. It consists of a black painted solid steel frame, square legs with horizontal structure for extra support. The clear and understated simplicity is enhanced by the use of reinforced glass cover with aluminum handles. A versatile piece of furniture that can be simultaneously used as a jewelry or objects showcase and shop counter, or even as a console at home to show your beloved objects.
Coffee table with ceramic abstract pattern Belgium design circa 1950
Coffee table with abstract pattern. Belgium design, circa 1950. Black steel frame with a ceramic composition of black and blue colored tiles. The coffee table represents a strong decorative character. The abstract look of the top beautifully contrasts with the open and clean layout of the base.
Hans Wegner dining table AT 303 for Andreas Tuck 1950
Dining table, model 'AT 303' or 'sawhorse table'. Designed by Hans Wegner in 1955. Made by master cabinetmaker Andreas Tuck. Fully oak wooden version 170 cm or 66,92 inch. Floating table top with brushed steel tubular stem keeping the cross-shaped legs together. Underneath marked with 'Andr. Tuck design. Hans J. Wegner made in Denmark' and stamped with Danish control label. It's minimal appearance and focus on forms and function this table is a great example of Scandinavian modern design. This table could also be used as a desk.
Architectural modern travertine dining table or console 1970s
Dining table or centre table, circa 1970. The table features a massive architectural round travertine pedestal and thick circular travertine table top. The aesthetics are archetypical for postmodern design, bearing references to architectural forms. The table would function well within a modern living room.
Nadie Jenatzy Jonckers coffee table with etched brass circa 1980
Coffee table designed by Nadie Jenatzy, spouse of Armand Jonckers. Design from circa 1980. Smoked octagonal glass table top with vividly etched center brass plate and finished border. Raised on a brass pedestal which gives the top a floating appearance.
Pierre Guariche 1950s coffee table for Disderot France
Modernist coffee table designed by Pierre Guariche for Disderot. Circa 1950, France. Black tubular steel frame with floating glass table top. All original and new glass table top in perfect mint condition. The coffee table are typical for the aesthetics and philosophy of Guariche. He was an architect first and foremost and focussed mainly on shape and form. One of his other ideals was his commitment to create simplistic, affordable and thus industrial furniture. This coffee table is an excellent example of his playful and effective by means of simple design interventions.
Pieter De Bruyne Chest of drawers Belgium 1960
This chest is based on a solid construction made of teak wood, featuring straight lines and right-angled shapes. Designed by Pieter De Bruyne for AL Meubel, Belgium 1959. Functionality comes into play through the availability of great amount of storage space created by three extended drawers. De Bruyne placed the cabinet on a well-proportioned base with metal connections that lifts up the piece in an architectural manner and shows wonderful lines and constructive highlights.