Guillerme & Chambron Magazine Rack in Oak with Ceramic

$2,400.00 USD
$2,400.00 USD

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Guillerme et Chambron, magazine rack, oak, ceramic, France, 1960s

This rare and well-designed magazine rack is made by the designer duo Guillerme & Chambron. This particular design is characterized by a solid construction, that is noticeable in the straight lines of the surface and the sculptural legs that underline the clear structured design. Functionality comes into play through the two functions this item embraces: you can simultaneously use it to store books and magazines, and thanks to the top, this piece can be also used as a coffee table. Overall, this magazine rack is a standout due to the vivid color of the oak and the decorated tiles with abstract floral motifs, emphasizing its monumental character, and therefore can be perfectly placed next to a sofa or lounge chair.

The French designer duo Jacques Chambron (1914-2001) and Robert Guillerme (1913-1990) started their production in the postwar period. Many of the furniture designed by this duo this shows a strong character and has great expressive woodwork. The duo installed themselves in an old factory were the machinery was used to make rifles. Guillerme & Chambron saw the potential of these machinery and decided to continue production as it was installed and used them for the design of their high back chairs. The line of different furniture pieces was made in small editions. They call their collection “Votre Maison” which means “Your home”.

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Product details

  • condition Good
  • creator Guillerme et Chambron (Designer) Votre Maison (Manufacturer)
  • date of manufacture 1960s
  • dimensions Height 22.64 i. Width 28.94 i. Depth 12.8 i.
  • dimensions Height 57.5 cm Width 73.5 cm Depth 32.5 cm
  • material Ceramic Oak
  • origin France
  • period 1960-1969
  • style Mid-Century Modern (Of the Period)
  • Barcode 45016272