designer unknown

Impressive italian desk by an unknown designer from the early  nineties in electric blue and deep red. Memphis style with a minimalistic touch.

W : 160 cm x D : 90 cm x H : 74 cm

Alvar Aalto VENDU

Coat rack Edition : Alvar Aalto Design Finland, 1930's birch, brass W : 100 cm × D : 30 cm × H : 28 cm

Peter Løvig Nielsen VENDU

Teak sideboard designed by Peter Løvig Nielsen for Løvig, Denmark 1960s. In great condition condition. Two hinged doors with brass details and beautifully crafted dovetail joints on the legs. Inside there are 3 adjustable shelves. Manufacturers stamp on the back. In excellent condition. Dimensions L : 45cm W : 120cm H : 71cm

Alvar Aalto

An early rectangular table by Alvar Aalto (Model 81b) made by Finmar (made in the 50’s). This beech table is in very good condition and the top has been repainted in the past.

Four upholstered chairs (model 68) from the same period go along very well with this table. Chairs have been re-upholstered with chocolate faux-suede fabric.
Dimensions : D : 75cm W : 150cm H : 82cm

Yngve Ekström VENDU

Sideboard in oak and teak by Yngve EKSTROM for Troeds in the 50s. Consists of 5 drawers on the right and 1 sliding doors. Sweden H : 81 cm x W : 149 cm x D : 43 cm

Emile and Walter Baumann

Emile & Walter Baumann "traineau" sledge chairs. These French chairs have a distinct Scandinavian inspiration but still retain a unique design. Reupholstered and beechwood frame. Baumann factory is a furniture company located in a former clog factory in Colombier-Fontaine in the Doubs (France). It is one of the twentieth century’s most acclaimed companies of the market industry. It was in 1903 that the son of the swiss founder Emile Baumann, named Walter, becomes head of the company. The factory had its first success with chairs and children’s furniture. Emile Baumann was a Swiss who lived in France and created his own furniture manufacture at the beginning of the 20st century. The manufacture became very well known in the sixties and the Baumann chairs were much seen in French restaurants and bistrots. Baumann was one of the biggest manufacturers of "bent wood" furniture along with Thonet. The factory shuts down in 2003 because of economic difficulties. Chairs : H : 80cm HS : 55cm W : 48cm D : 50cm Table : H : 75cm W : 124-225cm

Unknown designer

1960's Italian Beech Tripod Table Unique side table from Italy in the style of Gio Ponti, made out of beech. The top of the table has an incredibly unique look. In very good condition. D : 45cm W : 90cm H : 55cm

Cor Alons

Magazine Rack by Cor Alons for Gouda den Boer, 1950 This bend plywood Magazine table, is designed by Cor Alons for Gouda den Boer. The bend plywood side with holes was a storage for the newspaper. The bottom shelve has 3 round holes. Cor Alons is a Dutch architect and designer. His approach is considered as functionalist. H : 50cm W : 55cm D : 55cm

Arne Vodder

Very nice sideboard model 37 designed by Arne Vodder for Sibast Mobler. Sideboard has tambour sliding doors, shelves and 2 drawers behind. There is a shelf missing on the left side. Made  from  teak. Excellent vintage condition with  patina  and  minor signs  of  use. Denmark 1950

Alberts Tibro

2 tables d'appoint en palissandre Conçues et fabriquées par Alberts Tibro, années 1970 Suède Longueur : 65cm x largeur : 47cm x hauteur : 45cm Beautiful pair of swedish Alberts Tibro lacquered rosewood rectangular coffee tables Made for Alberts Tibro around 1970. The pattern of the wood is particularly beautiful, harmonious with captivating shapes.

Hans Wegner

3 étagères murales Chêne Édition : Ry Møbler Longueur : 100 cm x Largeur : 18 cm x Hauteur : 23 cm Three rare light shelves by Hans Wegner in oiled oak produced by Ry Mobler , in very good condition. One shelve has a minor default (see picture).