Pia Manu Unique Coffee Table
Pia Manu, coffee table, slate, iron and pyrite Belgium, 1970s. One of a kind brutalist cocktail table by Pia Manu. The table top consists of long pieces of slate in differnet lengths, positioned in a row. The top is inlayed with an abstract structure of pyrite. The top is clamped by sturdy forged iron legs. A true masterpiece. Pia Manu is a workshop from Ingelmunster, Belgium. Here, amongst others, Jules Dewaele and his son Koen Dewaele designed several design pieces during the 1960s. Pia Manu is still working along similar lines, with natural materials such as stone and travertine combined with ceramics. The ceramic tables are commonly known and these are bought at Amphora. This piece comes with a "Certificate of Authenticity".