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Vintage Design Opklapbare Serveerwagen Theewagen Wit / Chroom

Zeer mooie Vintage Design serveerwagen / theewagen uit de jaren 60 met witte bladen in erg mooie staat.
Heel handig ontwerp want opgeklapt neemt hij bijna geen ruimte in beslag.
Maar waarom zou je hem opklappen… 😉 Hij is echt te mooi om weg te zetten!
Je kunt hem ook half uitklappen en gebruiken als sidetable(tje).

Afmetingen: 65 cm breed, 41.5 cm diep en 80 cm hoog.
Ingeklapt 66 cm x 83 cm x 9 cm.


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Mid-century Design Serpente lamp Martinelli Luce, Elio MARTINELLI – 1965s

Exquisite swivel floor lamp “Serpente” by Elio Martinelli for Martinelli Luce.
Very heavy base, metal frame and methacrylate shade.
In very good condition!
E27 light bulb

Elio Martinelli was born at Lucca in 1921.

After having attended the industrial school, he gets a diploma at the
Institute of Fine Arts in Florence as a set designer and over the years he
contributes with his creativity to the development of his father Plinio’s activity in the lighting sector.

After several years and several experiences in the set designing field, he starts his professional activity in the studio located in downtown at Lucca.

At the beginning he focuses on interior design and on fitting out for shops, restaurants, hotels and pubs.

The need to finish his projects induces him to design and to carry out on his own the lighting systems.

In the 50s he starts the production and the first catalogue.

During these years Elio Martinelli brings out his simple and strict
inspiration boosting strongly the company that becomes the reference point for the Italian design in the lighting field.

Elio Martinelli is well-known both in Italy and abroad and starts to work together with renowned designers in this sector obtaining awards and recognitions.

In 1966, under his guidance, the company takes part to the first edition of Eurodomus, under the architect Gio’ Ponti’s invitation, and afterwards it attends the following editions in 1968, 1970 and 1972.

In 1973 it is also present at the XIV th and the XV th edition of the Milan Triennial as well as at all the following editions of the Milan Fair, now Euroluce and Intel.

Simplicity, geometry and nature with its numerous forms have always been Elio Martinelli’s inspiration.

It is a growing of insights using new materials, such as methacrylate, tested on various models from the very beginning of the production and design activities.

It is a search for new ideas, new technologies and production systems taking into account the constant evolution of light sources.

Thus, several lamps result from these trials such as Foglia, the several
Bolla, Flex, Serpente, Cobra, Nuvole vagabonde, Biconica and funny creations
such as Rondini, Cavallo Pazzo, Geronimo, and many others.

It is to be pointed out the introduction of some models of the Martinelli Luce collection in important museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Museès des Art Decoratifs in Montreal and the Museum of Art in Philadelphia.

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Set of 4 Dutch Design Martin Visser Wengé Rush Dining Room Chairs ’67

Beautiful set of 4 modernist chairs by Martin Visser for t’Spectrum
These chairs have beautiful Wenge wooden frames and the back and seat are made of rush and are recently renewed.

Height: 28.35 in. (72 cm)
Width: 18.51 in. (47 cm)
Depth: 18.51 in. (47 cm)
Seat Height: 17.72 in. (45 cm)

Price: On request

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Set of 6 Tapiovaara / Pastoe style dining room chairs

A set of 6 “Fanett” chairs that may have been made by Tapiovaara or Pastoe. This model was manufactured by several companies and as they are not marked, we do not dare to attribute them.
The chairs have a pine seat, something you see less often and very much part of Scandinavian design.
The bars have a deep dark brown color and have signs of wear that correspond to their age, as you can see in the photos.

Height: 33.47 in. (85 cm)
Width: 16.54 in. (42 cm)
Depth: 18.9 in. (48 cm)
Seat Height: 17.33 in. (44 cm)

* SOLD *

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Brutalist Spanish Mid-Century Sculptural Tripod Chair ’50

Beautiful designed tripod chair or stool that used to be often placed in a corner.
Looks very good in a brutalist, minimalist interior where it is important that honest and natural materials are used.
What is very special about this specimen is that you can completely disassemble it and take it with you easily.
The first owner has always had it in a guest room and therefore the chair is still like new
You can almost see the man who has made this chair by hand in his studio with great craftsmanship.
Like a sculpture it will fill the space.

Perfect addition to an interior decorated with furniture from the designers: Charlotte Perriand, Jean prouvé, Pierre jeanneret, Gilbert Marklund, Olavi Hanninen etc.

Price: On request

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Vico Magistretti / Charlotte Perriand Style Rush Dining Room Chairs 70s

These chairs are often attributed to Vico Magistretti, produced by Cassina (attr.). Made in Italy, dating from the ‘70s.
Made of solid wood, painted black and rush seat.
Fits perfectly in the interiors where honest and natural materials are used.

The chairs are in a very good condition.

Set of 4 pieces, price: on request.