Offered by: H. Gallery
Concordiastraat 68 - 127 Utrecht 3551EM , Netherlands Call Seller 0031302270051


Brutalist Polystone Coffee Table, Europe 20th Century

$ 4,180
  • Description
    The essence of Brutalism, an architectural movement originating in the mid-20th century, is captured in this coffee table's design. It proudly showcases raw materials, bold geometric forms, and a prioritization of function over embellishment. Both visually and technically, this piece adheres to the principles of Brutalism, celebrating the inherent beauty of natural materials and the boundless creativity of skilled craftsmanship.

    Exemplifying the essence of Brutalist design, this coffee table embodies a philosophy centered on raw, uncompromising materials and a commitment to functionality. Born amidst a period of architectural exploration, the table exudes a sturdy, almost industrial allure, seamlessly blending form and purpose with a rugged authenticity. Its unassuming yet carefully considered design underscores the essence of Brutalism, relying on its materials to convey its distinctive aesthetic.

    In good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use.

    37.40 in ⌀ x 13.78 in H
    95 cm ⌀ x 35 cm H

    This table will be packaged and shipped with the greatest care and attention to make sure you will receive the item in gallery condition. Complimentary shipping within the Netherlands.

    VAT normally applies and will be added to items when purchased by a European buyer or transported to a location within the EU.
  • More Information
    Period: 1950-1979
    Materials: Polystone
    Condition: Good. In good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use.
    Creation Date: 20th Century
    Styles / Movements: Modern, Brutalist, Mid Century
    Dealer Reference #: 20242241
    Incollect Reference #: 706849
  • Dimensions
    H. 13.78 in; Diam. 37.4 in;
    H. 35 cm; Diam. 95 cm;
Message from Seller:

Located in Utrecht, The Netherlands, H. Gallery specializes in modern and contemporary design with a strong focus on Brazil and Scandinavia. The gallery strives to preserve and promote especially Brazil's rich design heritage and curates a select group of contemporary artists. Meticulous research, ie getting in contact with the original designers, producers, their heirs, and retrieving and indexing old catalogues and magazines is at the heart of its activities. All works presented excel in great

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