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Dining Room Set Angelo Mangiarotti Table and Six Rainer Daumiller Chairs

Sale price$21,700.00

Angelo Mangiarotti for Skipper, dining table ‘Eros’, white marble, 1970s, with Rainer Daumiller Set of Six Dining Chairs in Pine

This sculptural table by Angelo Mangiarotti is a skilful example of postmodern design. The table is executed in white marble. The round tabletop features no joints or clamps and is architectural in its structure. The table top rests on one cone-shaped leg in the middle. The top 'locks' itself onto the marble cone and keeps in place because of the weight of the material. As a consequence, the entire structure is stable and strong.

Angelo Mangiarotti (1921-2012) was an Italian architect and Industrial designer with a reputation to mainly focus on the needs of the users of furniture. His designs are solid and strong and he always used materials that would stand the test of time. Being schooled as an architect, Mangiarotti was very precise in using the right material and the right sizing for his designs.

Beautiful set of organic and natural armchairs in solid pine. A simplistic design with a large seating and attention for the natural expression and grain of the wood. These chairs hold a beautiful curved back and solid cylindrical legs. The natural and honest material gives these chairs a dignity that will stand the test of time.

The dimensions mentioned are the Mangiarotti table. Dimensions chairs: Height 87 cm Width 50 cm Depth 51 cm Seat height: 45.5. cm.

Please note that the items in this set are in good, used condition.

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Product Details

  • condition Good
  • creator Angelo Mangiarotti (Designer) Rainer Daumiller (Designer)
  • date of manufacture 1970s
  • dimensions Height 28.15 in. Width 53.15 in. Depth 53.15 in.
  • dimensions Height 71.5 cm Width 135 cm Depth 135 cm
  • material Carrara Marble Pine
  • origin Europe
  • period 1970-1979
  • style Post-Modern (Of the Period)
  • barcode 50113008 + 45013541