Eileen Gray Double X Tisch von Classicon

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Das Gestell ist im super Zustand, die Platte ist allerdings verblichen und sollte neu lackiert werden.

D 81cm x W 224cm x H 74cm

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In Länge:

When an avant-garde tubular steel design meets a classic refectory table, the result is the double X. A large but elegant table whose X-shaped supports ensure optimal rigidity. Like so many of Eileen Gray’s designs, the double
Frame made of chrome-plated steel tubes. The lacquered table top has been left in the sun for a long time and is therefore discolored. It may need to be repainted. The manufacturer is ClassiCon. The design has been made in the year 1928.
About the designer: Coming from an Irish-Scottish noble family, Eileen Gray went to London and Paris to study architecture and design. She initially became known as a leading designer of painted walls and decorative panels. With her design and architectural theories, she shaped our idea of living; her work is considered the epitome of modernity. Gray’s tubular steel furniture, revolutionary at the time it was created, is now considered a classic. Your Adjustable Table E1027 is one of the most copied and best-known designs in the world; it was included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1978. Her Dragons Armchair, in turn, was sold in 2009 for the incredible amount of 21,905,000 euros, making it the most expensive design object ever sold at auction.

A large solo exhibition at the Pompidou Center in Paris in 2013 honored the nonconformist’s life’s work. The productions of the feature film “Price of Desire” and the documentary “Gray Matters” (both 2014) build on the success of the exhibition. Gray’s most famous architectural design, the Maison en Bord de Mer E1027 on the Côte d’Azur, reopened to the public in 2015.