This French furniture from the 1950s was also created in the tradition of the early, classic tubular steel furniture by Marcel Breuer. Developed as a light storage space for paper and files next to a workplace, the furniture can also be used very well as a stand-alone item in the hallway or living room. Now that the paintwork has been renewed, it looks very handsome and well-designed again.
SIDE TABLE - STEEL TUBE - FRANCE - AROUND 1950
H 65 cm W 90 cm D 40 cm
Carpenter's panels painted black, silk matt, chrome-plated tubular steel, bakelite glides.
with very few signs of wear. Apparently this light side table was designed in combination with tubular steel writing furniture. Formally, there are clear echoes of Marcel Breuer's shelf B 9, the structural solution in the tubular steel was solved differently here. The wooden panels have been painted in black, silk-matt.