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Brutalist Chair, France ca — H. Brutalist Furniture, Brutalist Design, Low Cost Housing, Modernist Movement, Well Thought Out, Solid Wood, 1950s, Modern Design, Furniture Design

Brutalist Chair, France ca 1950s — H. Gallery

Brutalist handmade chair made of solid wood from ca. the 1950s. With a robust organic form and an earth-toned palette, this chair is the embodiment of Brutalism. The chair has a startling rawness, but with its warm-toned and slightly asymmetrical body it is a greatly-balanced piece. Sensitive touches enliven the brutalist design, visible in the careful craftsmanship. Through its eccentric geometries and expressive forms, - brutalist furniture design’s best qualities - this chair is…

Pierre Guariche 'Cerf Volant' Wall Lamp, France 1953 — H. Lamp Design, Chair Design, Small Studio Apartments, Circular Table, Study Design, Lighting Manufacturers, Reception Rooms, Furniture Companies, Burning Candle

Pierre Guariche 'Cerf Volant' Wall Lamp, France 1953 — H. Gallery

A Cerf-Volant sconce (or wall lamp) by Pierre Guariche. Produced by Pierre Disderot in France, 1953. When we talk about Pierre Guariche's work, two of his creations immediately come to mind: the famous “Amsterdam” chair called “barrel” in molded plywood (edition Steiner, 1950s) and the elegant Cerf-Volant lamps designed for French lighting manufacturer Pierre Disderot in the 1950s. His lamps of the period are likely his best-known works. They include delicate compositions of slender…

Afra and Tobia Scarpa "Soriana" Sofa, Italy 1969 — H. Cafe Interior, Modern Sofa, Sofa Furniture, Chrome Plating, Design Awards, Industrial Design, Modern Design, Louvre, Mid Century

Afra and Tobia Scarpa "Soriana" Sofa, Italy 1969 (sold) — H. Gallery

The “Soriana” three seat bouclé sofa was designed by the Italian designer duo, Afra and Tobia Scarpa in 1969. This Post-Modern sofa was manufactured by Cassina and features three front metal clamps. The Soriana collection was meant to express beauty and comfort by using a whole bundle of fabric held by chrome-plated steel clamps. The “Soriana Chair” was the first piece designed in the collection, and for its design in 1970, it won the Compasso d'Oro, one of the most important design…

For Sale on - Pierre Chapo bookshelf in solid elm, France, This elemental wooden bookshelf, ‘The Bibliothèque’ model no. Modern Dining Room Tables, Leather Dining Room Chairs, Modern Bookcase, Modern Sideboard, New York 2017, Antique Shelves, Professional Painters, Wall Mounted Shelves, Modern Cabinets

Pierre Chapo "B17B" Bookshelf in Solid Elm, France 1960s — H. Gallery

This elemental wooden bookshelf, ‘The Bibliothèque’ model no. B17B, is one of the most quintessential pieces designed by Pierre Chapo. It consists of four solid elm shelves that rest under brackets. Interestingly you would expect the shelves to rest on the brackets, however Chapo playfully turned this around and put the brackets on top, fixing the construction with elm wedges. This way the brackets also function as bookends. The harmony of the lines between the uprights and the shelves…

Guillerme et Chambron - Oak Corner Armchair by Guillerme and Chambron for Votre Maison, offered by Jasper Maison on InCollect Art Furniture, Wool Fabric, Accent Chairs, Restoration, Armchair, Upholstery, Mid Century, House, Design

Guillerme et Chambron - Oak Corner Armchair by Guillerme and Chambron for Votre Maison, 1960s

Guillerme et Chambron - Oak Corner Armchair by Guillerme and Chambron for Votre Maison, 1960s offered by Jasper Maison on InCollect

These sculptural brutalist oak chairs can be dated in the These hand-carved chairs are pure and imperfect. 1950s Art, Cabinet Makers, Brutalist, Wabi Sabi, Vintage Designs, Bar Stools, Hand Carved, Carving, Pairs

Pair of Sculptural Brutalist Oak Chairs, 1950s - Vintage Design Point

These sculptural brutalist oak chairs can be dated in the 1950s. These hand-carved chairs are pure and imperfect. They will give your interior a Wabi Sabi touch. Both chairs are in very good condition. They are signed by an unknown artist or cabinet-maker HF. And who is Nichels Fred?

Cork Console Table, Italy ca - — H. Italian Interior Design, Modern Interior, Cork Table, Real Style, Made Of Wood, Console Table, 1970s, Modern Design, Furniture Design

Cork Console Table, Italy ca 1960s - 1970s (sold) — H. Gallery

Unlike many of the cork tables of the mid-century and the following decades that are often stumpy, this table stands tall and slim. The unique cork pattern gives the console a beautiful appearance, while the soft edges form a great unity with the slimness of the legs and the table top. The cork material adds even more flair to the design of this table. The console table is also known as an occasional or sofa table, for a good reason. As this table illustrates, a console table can be…

Grete Jalk Bookcase For Cabinetmaker J. v/ Henning Jensen, Denmark (sold) — H. Danish Furniture, Furniture Design, Cabinet Makers, Scandinavian Modern, Denmark, Shelving, 1960s, Bookcase, Storage

Grete Jalk Bookcase For Cabinetmaker J.H. Johansens Eftf. v/ Henning Jensen, Denmark 1960s (sold) — H. Gallery

This rare bookcase was made early 1960s by cabinetmaker J.H. Johansens Eftf. v/ Henning Jensen and was presented at the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers' Guild Exhibition at the Designmuseum Denmark in 1961. Like a reviewer at the time wrote: "The architect Grete Jalk has designed some interesting sectional storage units. The design of the bookcases make allowance for the fact that they will be used for other things than to just provide shelving for a few books. Today storage furniture is often…

Pair of Hans-Agne Jakobsson Wall Lamps, Sweden (sold) — H. Solid Oak Coffee Table, Tea Trolley, Small Bookcase, Wooden Armchair, Slipper Chairs, Brass Floor Lamp, Black Table Lamps, Brass Fittings, Scandinavian Modern

Pair of Hans-Agne Jakobsson V180 Wall Lamps, Sweden 1960s (sold) — H. Gallery

Pair of V180 Hans-Agne Jakobsson Wall Lamps with smoked glass shades, Sweden 1960s. Produced by Hans-Agne Jakobsson AB ca 1960s - 1970s. This pleasing pair of brass wall lights have a minimalistic yet refined aesthetic. The light from the slightly tinted glass shades is spread by the brass reflective bowl that gently embraces the shades. The glass sphere and brass fitting are held up by a slim brass stem in front of the bowl. The two small brass knobs that attach the bowl to the fixture…

Pair of triangular Chairs in Oak and Cane, The Netherlands ca - (sold) — H. Solid Oak Coffee Table, Round Coffee Table, Small Bookcase, Wooden Armchair, Slipper Chairs, Brass Floor Lamp, High Back Chairs, Black Table Lamps, Dining Room Chairs

Pair of triangular Chairs in Oak and Cane, The Netherlands ca 1960s - 1970s (sold) — H. Gallery

Pair of triangular chairs in oak and cane, The Netherlands ca 1960s - 1970s Dimensions: 52 cm W x 46 cm D x 79 cm H

Pair of Ruud-Jan Kokke slat chairs, The Netherlands 1986 — H. Outdoor Chairs, Outdoor Furniture, Outdoor Decor, Design Museum, Design Firms, Creative Design, Furniture Design, Contemporary, Interior Design

Pair of Ruud-Jan Kokke slat chairs, The Netherlands 1986 — H. Gallery

Designed by Ruud-Jan Kokke, these slat chairs were produced by the Dutch manufactory Spectrum, in 1986 as part part of their series called “Kokke-Chairs”. This pair’s frames are manually assembled and are made of oak, while the resilient slats are made of sprung ash wood. The slats that comprise t

Magazine Rack, Neues Frankfurt (surroundings of), Germany (sold) — H. Magazine Stand, Magazine Rack, Aesthetic Value, Modern City, Metallic Paint, New Product, Industrial Design, Modern Architecture, Wind Chimes

Magazine Rack, Neues Frankfurt (surroundings of), Germany 1960s (sold) — H. Gallery

Sculptural magazine stand in the style of Neues Frankfurt, Germany, 1960s. In black painted metal with a symetrical and geometrical design. Resting on four feets and opening with six spaces to welcome magazines. Those strong metal lines imbricated in each other in a great graphical way, reminding of the movement from the 1920s-20s ‘Neue Frankfurt’. Term invented by Frankfurt’s Mayor, Ludwig Landmann in 1924 as a socio-political concept concerning a modern city planning but also new…

Paavo Tynell 'Chinese Hat' Model 9602 , Finland — H. Chinese Hat, Lighting Companies, Alvar Aalto, Scandinavian Modern, White Fabrics, Finland, Rattan, Metal Working, Floor Lamp

Paavo Tynell "Chinese Hat" Model 9602 for Taito Oy, Finland 1950s (sold) — H. Gallery

This “Model 9602” floor lamp, also known as the “Chinese Hat” was originally designed for Hotel Aulanko in Finland by “the man who illuminated Finland”, Paavo Tynell . The lamp features an interesting play of materials. The base is made of brass, the lampshade is in an off-white fabric, but the most interesting part in term of materials, is undoubtedly the stem, which is covered in cane . The top - that inspired the nickname of this model - has a playful and light quality with a…

Triangular chair in oak and cane in the manner of Charlotte Perriand , The Netherlands ca - Dimensions: 52 cm W x 46 cm D x 79 cm H; Netherlands, Bar Stools, 1970s, Chair, Furniture, Home Decor, Gallery, Collection, The Nederlands

Triangular Chair in Oak and Cane, The Netherlands ca 1960s - 1970s (sold) — H. Gallery

Triangular chair in oak and cane in the manner of Charlotte Perriand , The Netherlands ca 1960s - 1970s Dimensions: 52 cm W x 46 cm D x 79 cm H; Seat Height 44 cm 20.48 in. W x 18.12 in. D x 31.11 in. H; Seat Height 17.33 in H 31.11 in. x W 20.48 in. x D 18.12 in.