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Chaise Longue

Marcel Breuer, Isokon Chaise Longue, England, 1969 The original version in metal, was designed 1932. Isokon, the English company, specialized in the production of steam bent wood, Breuer started to work for in 1936, realized in the same year the wooden version that was made until

Vases

Set of three glazed ceramic vases, handpainted with a black graphic motive on red background; France, 1970s

Sculpture

Domenico Calabrone, bronze sculpture on travertine, Brazil, late 1960s. The sculpture is part of a series of signed and numbered works, that were made as models for big scale sculptures to be realized in marble.

Sculpture

Domenico Calabrone, bronze sculpture on travertine, Brazil, late 1960s. The sculpture is part of a series of signed and numbered works, that were made as models for big scale sculptures to be realized in marble.

Low Table

Low table in steel with glass top, France, 1970s.

Table lamp

Table lamp in nickel with circular decorative motif, Italy, 1970s. The shade is in ivory colour silk shantung.

Sculpture

Abstract sculpture in sandstone, France, 1970s. The sculpture is signed on the back side with the monogram PB.

Chair

Boris Tabacoff, “Scimitar” chair for Mobilier Modulaire Moderne (M.M.M.), France, 1968. The structure is in chrome-plated steel; the seat in steam bent beech, has been reupholstered with a white wool bouclè. A pair is available.

Bench

Mahogany bench, manufactured in Italy in the 1950s. All the wooden parts are interlocked, without use of nails or screws. The points of interlock become a decorative detail, along the long frontal slats.

Sideboard

Mahogany and ash sideboard, designed by Robert Debieve, France, 1955 ca. The ash base, with its asymmetric forms, contrasts with the sober geometric lines of the mahogany structure. The inner space, with its original red lining, is divided by shelves that can be moved. The drawers