Richard Lecompte Side Table or Stool in Birdseye Elm
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Richard Lecompte, side table or stool, knotted wood or 'birdseye' elm, France, 1970s
This special and wonderfully crafted multifunctional piece is designed by Richard Lecompte and made in France in the 1970s. This piece can be used as a stool or side table, and has a sturdy base of two legs with circular notches and a narrow top. The work of this artist clearly has a lot of similarities with the designs of Alexandre Noll. With clear brutalist characteristics, this piece of furniture comes across as raw and organic. The design is executed in a special material named ‘birdseye elm’ consisting of a striking pattern resembling small, swirling eyes that disrupt the smooth lines of grains. The drawing in the wood is captivating and makes this cabinet a unique piece in your interior.
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