De Coene Large Set of Showcases with Steel Legs
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De Coene, large set of vitrines, teak, steel and glass, Belgium, 1960s.
Modernist showcases with two doors on the side all original glass and in good condition. Accompanied with steel and wood frames. The vitrine features the Brutalist and muscular characteristics of De Coene.
The showcases were originally designed for a governmental building in Brussels. The Kunstwerkstede De Coene was invited to design the interior project in the late 1950s - 1960s. De Coene designed several high quality pieces for exclusively for this building, among others these vitrines. For the design of these pieces, De Coene was inspired by the previous furniture in this building, which were designed by master designer Jules Wabbes. This is reflected for example in the steel frame.
If you are searching for a large number of stunning modern vitrines, you have found your model. We have a large amount of these showcases in stock. The vitrine showcases your collection in a wonderful way.
Please note that this piece is priced per item, not for the set.
Literature: Dijk, Terenja van. Mayeur, Ruben. Herman, Frank. Kunstwerkstede De Coene. OKV, 2006, 4.
Provenance: Governmental building in Brussels, Belgium.