Friso Kramer 4 Revolt chairs Ahrend de Cirkel
4 Maroon and grey Revolt chairs, Designed by Industrial designer Friso Kramer in 1953 for Ahrend de Cirkel. Grey metal structure and maroon fiber seating and backrest. The name Revolt comes from Revolutionary chair. Literature: Friso Kramer, Industrieel Ontwerper, pages 17, 30, 31, 77.
Pair sculptural chromed lounge chairs with armrests
Pair of lounge chairs with armrests, sculptural bent chromed steel frame with wooden transverse bracing elements. Finished with the original vinyl cushions. Circa 1960.
Antonio Lampecco oxidized green vase
Organic vase designed by Antonio Lampecco, mixed metal oxidized vase in different green tones. Circa 1980.
Antonio Lampecco oxidized grey vase
Organic vase designed by Antonio Lampecco, mixed metal oxidized vase in different grey tones. Circa 1980.
Willy Van Der Meeren wardrobe Cabinet Tubax 1952
Big standing cabinet with metal multicolored doors (pastel green and pastel yellow) with wooden door handles, designed by Willy Van Der Meeren for Tubax, period 1952. Modern Belgian social furniture. Cabinet with 6 black metal drawers and 2 shelves.
Pierre Paulin pair of Oyster F159 lounge chairs and ottoman Artifort
Pair of lounge chairs with ottoman, model Oyster F159 large version. Designed by Pierre Paulin for Artifort, circa 1960. Seatings and ottoman are restored with new foam and reupholstered in Off White wool.
Friso Kramer Wilkhahn grey fiberglass double bench 1967
Bench designed by Friso Kramer for Wilkhahn, 1967. Double 4 seater bench in elephant grey fiberglass on aluminum frame. The bench has been designed that the top could be used as table unit. These benches were used for the Olympic games in Munich 1972.
Marcel Breuer table model B10 Thonet Bauhaus
Table model B10 designed by Marcel Breuer for Thonet, circa 1930. Square white lacquered wooden top with round corners mounted on a nickel plated tubular steel base. Marked with Thonet.
Antonio Lampecco oxidized vase
Organic vase designed by Antonio Lampecco, mixed metal oxidized vase in different blue tones. Circa 1980.
Valeria Borsani and Alfredo Bonetti pair D120 seatings for Tecno
Pair two-seaters or large club chairs, model D120 created in 1966 designed by Valeria Borsani and Alfredo Bonetti for Tecno. Geometric structure of elements. Zoomorphic steel feet. Alcantare upholstery. Signed with Tecno label.
Boris Tabacoff Sphere lounge chair Mobilier Modulaire Moderne
Lounge chair "Sphere" designed by Boris Tabacoff (interior architect) for Edition Mobilier Modulaire Moderne (M.M.M) 1971. Seating in semi spherical shell in plexiglas mounted on a chromed steel structure ending in a circular base. New upholstery in Leather.
Massimo Morozzi Tangram 300 modular dinning table Cassina
Modular dinning table "Tangram 300" beech wood structure painted with synthetic water paint. Designed by Massimo Morozzi (formerly a partner of Archizoom). Manufactured in France in tiny numbers by Cassina, circa 1983. The table is based on the tangram, an ancient Chinese puzzle. Seven tables, each with its own individual shape and style, all reconfigurable in nearly endless combinations. Four of the subsidiary tables have removable covers for storing items.
Modern Belgian sideboard with graphic patchwork doors 1970
Modern graphic sideboard with 5 wooden mosaic patchwork doors. A lot of storage space, shelves behind every door. Compartment a the left has 2 drawers. Circa 1970.
Gino Sarfatti Arteluce 600P table lamp 1966
Table lamp model 600P designed by Gino Sarfatti for Arteluce 1966. From the 1st production with the original early Arteluce label. White lacquered aluminum and leather weighted base. Original wiring.
Ettore Sottsass Eastside lounge chair Memphis Knoll
Lounge chair model Eastside designed by Ettore Sottsass for Knoll International, 1982. Alcantara upholstery in beige and blue.
Raak pair of clair obscure wall sconces
A pair of wall sconces with triangular form, black metal with copper tubes where the lights glows up. Produced by Raak Amsterdam model Clair Obscure around 1960.