A gentlemen’s dialogue
by Anna Moldenhauer | 5/23/2019
Galerie Parisa Kind in Frankfurt/Main is showcasing works by designer Pierre Paulin for the first time in Germany, juxtaposing them to paintings by his long-term friend Christoph von Weyhe.
A reproduction of an occasional table which was amongst Pierre Paulin's very first designs from 1953. Scandinavian-inspired, the purity of its lines, its geometric treatment and in particular its four oblique legs are characteristic of the style of the Fifties. Its cutout hand-holds lend it a mobility which also enables it to be used as a serving or breakfast tray. Mobile occasional table in solid black-stained oak. Top with two cutout handles. Slim lateral edging on the two long sides. The screen-printed signature of Pierre Paulin appears in light grey on the edge of the top near the handle.
|Table finish||four-legged table|
|Table top shape||rectangular|
shades of brown
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