MODULAR LIBRARY, ATELIERS JACQUES DUMOND, (1963)
Modular library of Jacques Dumond published in 1973. 14 arched plywood boxes assembled in two elements by an aluminum piece.
Length : 82.68 in / 210 cm
Height : 55.12 in / 140 cm
Width : 14.57 in / 37 cm
Weigth : 132.28 lb / 60 kg
Categories: Twentieth century design, Storage
Year of publication: 1963
Materials: Structure in arched plywood. Fully modular, it consists of 14 boxes assembled in two elements by an aluminum piece.
State: Beautiful general condition after a careful renovation of the painting, preserving the natural edges
Designer: Jacques Dumond (1906 – 1988) was a French designer. After brief studies at the École Boulle, this French designer really began his career in 1943 by creating a rattan armchair. Actor of the reconstruction and in partnership with Louis Sognot, they participate in the study of the use of molded plywood and on furniture in series. He influenced a whole generation of creators.
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