Paolo Parigi drawing table or desk architectural construction 1975 Italy
Drafting table or desk. Designed by Paolo Parigi for Heron Parigi, 1975 Italy. Structure in black high pressure laminate and green metal. Forming an architectural construction. The table can be adjusted in height. Could be used as office desk or as architect table. Paolo Parigi received the industrial design award 'Compasso d'Oro Award ADI in 1979' for the table.
Michel Dumas lucite two level trolley Roche Bobois
Lucite trolley designed by Michel Dumas for Roche Bobois, circa 1970. Modulated translucent bronze plexiglass. Two level trolley on chromed castors.
Claire Bataille pair plain steel side tables circa 1985
Pair rectangular side tables designed by Claire Bataille, circa 1985. Steel sheet asymmetric delta structure. Tables with two shelves and one compartment. Provenance interior of Claire Bataille.
Coffee table by Belgian designer Emiel Veranneman
Cocktail table designed by Emiel Veranneman, circa 1980. Rare and minimalist masterpiece made of solid oak. Rectangular frame with rectangular glass top. Illustrated in the book ’50 Jaar Meubelcreaties, Emiel Veranneman’ on page 266.
Pierluigi Colli mirror with console circa 1940
Mirror with console. Designed by Pierluigi Colli for Mobilificio Colli Torino, circa 1940. Mirror with green and clear glass pattern. Gilded wrought iron acanthus leaf console. Italian edge hammered glass on top. Thickness 0,78 inch.
Jiri Jiroutek chest of drawers for Interier Praha
Chest of drawers, model U-453. Designed by Jiří Jiroutek for Interiér Praha, circa 1960 Czech Republic. Wooden structure with Oak veneer. Eight drawers in black, grey and pink fronts.
Ico Parisi Rosewood Desk chair for Mobili Italiani Moderni
Desk chair designed by Ico Parisi for MIM (Mobili Italiani Moderni) Roma. Circa 1960. Seat and backrest in rosewood. Upholstered in chocolate brown leather. Black 5 star aluminum swivel base, adjustable in height. Signed with the MIM label.
Rudi Verelst set of four dinning chairs Novalux 1974
Rudi Verelst set of four dinning chairs. Manufactured by Novalux Belgium, circa 1974. Tulip base, light blue lacquered wooden armrests and vinyl upholstered backrests and seats.
Raf Verjans steel and mosaic inlaid in a black resin Coffee Table
Coffee table designed by Raf Verjans, Belgium circa 1970. Black steel painted square structure. Aluminum mosaic inlaid in a black resin.
Jean Prouve daybed Cansado Mauritania S.C.A.L. circa 1950
Daybed model S.C.A.L. Designed by Jean Prouvé from Cité Cansado, Mauritania, Africa. Circa 1958. Structure in black painted bent sheet steel. Wooden headboard and footboard in mahogany veneer fixed by three bolts in black lacquered metal. New mattress with bolster and upholstery with trim and buttons.
Cees Braakman Daybed from the Japanese series UMS Pastoe
Daybed designed by Cees Braakman for UMS Pastoe, circa 1959. Daybed from the Japanese series. Black steel frame with teak wood finish at the ends. New mattress and bolster and new upholstery. Provides utmost relaxation on a quiet afternoon.
Cees Braakman Plywood PB31 Tea Trolley UMS Pastoe Utrecht
Tea cart model nr. PB31 designed by Cees Braakman for UMS Pastoe, 1950. Tea trolley or rolo. 4 bakelite wheels, square base with curved wood (birch wood) elegant arms and black plywood tray.
Arne Jacobsen set of six Danish Ant chairs in rosewood Fritz Hansen
Set of six Rosewood Ant chairs designed by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen Denmark, circa 1950. The Ant (Danish: Myren) chair. Designed in 1952 by Arne Jacobsen for use in the canteen of the Danish pharmaceutical firm Novo Nordisk. The Ant was named for its approximate similarity to the outline of an ant with its head raised. Set of six early production rosewood Ant chairs.
Fifties sideboard elegant storage cabinet Belgium made 1950
Sideboard, Belgian manufacturing, circa 1950. Ash wood structure with two doors and four drawers. Raised on black lacquered wooden legs.
Jacobsen Arne set of five Ant Rosewood chairs Fritz Hansen Denmark
Set of five Rosewood Ant chairs designed by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen Denmark, circa 1950. The Ant (Danish: Myren) chair. Designed in 1952 by Arne Jacobsen for use in the canteen of the Danish pharmaceutical firm Novo Nordisk. The Ant was named for its approximate similarity to the outline of an ant with its head raised. Set of five early production rosewood Ant chairs.
Cees Braakman teak Desk EU02 from the Japanese series UMS Pastoe
Modernist desk with 2 groups of drawers model EU02 from the Japanese Series. Designed by Cees Braakman for UMS Pastoe. Modernist desk, black metal structure with teak table top and storage compartments, key not included.