Osvaldo Borsani Style Italian Cherrywood Console Table with Black Glass, 1960
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Pretty and particular cherrywood console table; it is finished with black glass both frontally and on the upper surface; the two semicircular tops are also joined by two legs with elegant and slender design; a rational piece of furniture but well studied in the search for simple, linear volumes without surface decorations; it was handcrafted in northern Italy between 1960 and 1963 in perfect Osvaldo Borsani style. One of the most sought-after designers by collectors all over the world, in the 1930s Osvaldo Borsani (Varedo 1911 - Milan, 1985) took on the role of artistic director of the company founded in Brianza in the 1920s by his father Gaetano, even before he graduated in architecture. Osvaldo creates his furniture, often unique pieces, expression of a 20th-century taste lightened in volumes and made particular also through contrasting materials. In 1954 the company takes the name Tecno to underline the union between the avant-garde technology and the formal refinement that characterizes the models of Tecno also in the future years, meticulously realized with the collaboration of important designers. Measures width cm.107, depth cm.30, height cm. 80.
Place of origin:
80H x 107W x 30D
31,50H x 42,13W x 11,81D
Creator / Artist:
Glass, Cherry wood
Good; Wear consistent with age and use.
International - YES
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