Hoffmann set of nesting tables

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Preparation times: 30 Days


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Hoffmann Set of nesting tables

Set of 4 Nesting tables in black painted solid open pore ash wood. Ideal as a multiservice coffee table.
Famous icon of twentieth century design.

Size: 
Big table L54 W 40,5 H 70,5
Medium/large table L46 W 36,5 H 65
Medium/small table L37,5 W 33 H 60
Small table L29,5 W 29 H 54,5

Available colors:
Black laquered open pore.

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This product is made with the utmost care for details, for the resistance of materials and for the quality of the finish, in order to create each time a unique item.
It is manufactured by skilled craftsmen,who, with their professionalism, are part of the quality of Made in Italy.

This product is shipped in wood cage packaging.

Made in Italy

Josef Hoffmann

Member of the Viennese Secession with the architect Otto Wagner he was a designer whose work, providing a boost and an essential geometric abstraction (his prevailing grids are particularly famous), opens the new century with a modernist view. For the Secession journal, Ver Sacrum, he executed illustrations featuring the Austrian Jugendstil. He also managed some preparations of the periodic exhibitions of the Viennese Secession and played an important role in the European launch of the Scottish Charles Rennie Mackintosh. In 1903 Hoffmann founded with Koloman Moser and Fritz Wärndorfer the Wiener Werkstätte, an association of designers, artists and producers, inspired by those existing in England and set according to the aesthetic movement of Arts and Crafts. In 1987, the Museum of Applied Arts (MAK) in Vienna has organized an exhibition entitled "Josef Hoffmann: Ornament zwischen Hoffnung und Verbrechen”.

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