Hanging White Modernist Chandelier by Stilnovo
A modernist chandelier featuring a light diffusing shade composed of multiple rows of white aluminum banding each placed at a different angles. By Stilnovo, Italy circa 1958.
Jean Prouve Compas Cafeteria table Marcoule
Jean Prouvé Compas table, designed by Prouvé for the headquarters of the Electricité de France (Marcoule). Model Cafeteria nr 512 made by Ateliers Jean Prouvé 1953. Original table with bleu metal frame and laminated yellow top on wood.
Radiaver Rene Coulon Saint Gobain Glass Radiator
Glass radiator, model Radiaver designed by René Coulon (French architect) for Saint Gobain. Designed in 1937 and fabricated till 1952. Made for the industrial exposition in 1937 EDF Electropolis. Double glass plates and illuminated feet. 110 Volts / 500 W. In the collection of different museums (Centre Pompidou, Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York, etc.)
Rudi Verelst Dinning table and Chairs Novalux
Rudi Verelst dinning table and 4 chairs, manufactured by Novalux Belgium, 1974. Round white lacquered wooden table (diameter: 47,24 inch) with 4 swivel dinning chairs, chrome pyramid base, white lacquered wood arm wrests and vinyl orange upholstered seats.
Gae Aulenti table Lamp Quadrifoglio Guzzini
Gae Aulenti table Lamp Quadrifoglio for Guzzini Italy, 1970. Chrome structure with Caramel colored plastic shade.
Pair of decorative side chairs Ekstrom
Pair of decorative side chairs attributed to Yngve Ekström, round backrest and new re upholstered leather cognac colored seating.
Wim Rietveld White Panama industrial swing lamp
Wall mounted swing arm lamp (Panama lamp model nr. 4050), Wim Rietveld. Period 1955. White Shade with underneath polyester diffuser that can be removed. Industrial grey segmented arm, which can be extended and swing in any directions.
Friso Kramer modular shelving wall unit Asmeta 1953
Modular metal shelving unit or wall unit, in 1953 Martin Visser commissioned Friso Kramer to design a simple shelving unit for the Bijenkorf store in Amsterdam Netherlands. Multiple metal shelves where the colored metal (dark blue and yellow) backside can placed at your own composition. Would adapt with the <a href='https://www.furniture-love.com/vintage/industrial/1075/blue-reply-desk-table-designed-by-wim-rietveld-and-friso-kramer-chair.html'>industrial Reply drafting table from Wim Rietveld</a>.
Pair of Raak 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.
Pair of Kalmar glass sconces light sculpture 1970
Pair of large Kalmar glass sconces, 1970. Produced by Kalmar Wien Austria. With designers and architects like Julius Theodor Kalmar, a student of Josef Hoffman, Josef Frank and Oskar Wlach. High quality sconces with each 4 light bulbs behind a thick variegated glass on a chrome support.
Antonia Astori chrome stainless steel dinning Cidonio table
Dinning table Cidonio designed by Antonia Astori for Cidue Italy, 1968. Chrome Stainless Steel cylindrical central pedestal with round glass top. Illustrated in domus magazine nr. 501 august 1971.
Cognac leather 2 seater sofa bed Pierre Folie Charpentier
Cognac leather 2 seater with bed incorporated designed by Pierre Folie for Jacques Charpentier, France, circa 1970. 2 seater new re upholstered in cognac leather standing on a chrome base. <a href="http://www.furniture-love.com/vintage/furniture/362/cognac-leather-living-scape-sofa-3-2-pierre-folie-charpentier.html">For the 3 seater and 2 seater</a>.
Cognac leather living scape Sofa 3 + 2 Pierre Folie Charpentier
Cognac leather living scape 3 seater and 2 seater designed by Pierre Folie for Jacques Charpentier, France, circa 1970. 3 and 2 seater new re upholstered in cognac leather standing on a chrome base. <a href='http://www.furniture-love.com/vintage/furniture/364/cognac-leather-2-seater-sofa-bed-pierre-folie-charpentier.html'>For the two seater with sofa bed</a>.
Saturn pendant ceiling lamp Jo Hammerborg Fog & Morup
Saturn pendant ceiling lamp designed by Jo Hammerborg for the leading Danish lighting manufacturer Fog & Mørup, period 1960. Copper intersection and black outer section, produces a warm and colorful glow.
Pair of Tunika pendant ceiling lamps Jo Hammerborg Fog & Mørup
Tunika pendant ceiling lamps designed by Jo Hammerborg for the leading Danish lighting manufacturer Fog & Mørup, period 1960. Copper intersection and black outer section, produces a warm and colorful glow.
4 Arne Vodder Dinning chairs Sibast Mobler
4 Arne Vodder Dinning chairs for Sibast Møbler with arm rests, brazilian rosewood structure and cognac leather upholstery. This chair was introduced in the magazine MOBILIA in 1964, where it was called a 'handsome chair', implying simple but noble features. The details of the design of its arms and legs are excellent.