Rare Jordi Vilanova I Bosch Table Designed for 'Caves Codorniu' Spain
Jordi Vilanova i Bosch, dining table in walnut, Spain, 1960s. (Barcelona, 1925-1998) was a Catalan Interior designer and cabinetmaker.
This architectural table is designed by Jordi Vilanova i Bosch for the Caves Codorniu. They functioned here in the wine cellar as a table. The table was especially designed for Codorniu along with many other design pieces such as table ware and other items of furniture. This table is solid, architectural and robust. Design qualities that are both typical for Spanish midcentury design and especially for the works of Jordi Vilanovo. Although his work is known to have traits of Scandinavian design, his design is quintessential for Mediterranean design and is both functional and clear.
Jordi Vilanova i Bosch (1925-1998) was a Catalan interior designer and designer. He was trained as a cabinetmaker and later develops his skills to design and interior design. In 1960, he founds the multidisciplinary group La Cantonada group and he was founder and promoter of the Catalan Art Magazine Art Questions (1967-1974). During the 1960s and 1970s, he mainly devoted himself to the design of children's furniture and youth. Since the seventies he has done interior design work for commercial establishments, offices, banks and residences.
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