Chrome-plated tubolar steel
TopGlass, adjustable table
Measuresdiam. 51 cm h. 62/ 100 cm
HistoryWith the “ E. 1027”, E. gray dropped all references to Art Dèco, and turned to “ functionalist”d esign , borrowing from industry and aeronautics. Among her several chrome forniture designs, this little table designed as a bedside worktop. The table base slides under the bed and the height of the top can be adjusted accordingly.
diam. 51 cm h. 62/ 100 cm
Born in Ireland, Eileen Gray frequented the Slade School of Art in London. In 1902 she moved to Paris to study drawing. Here, the Japanese master craftsman Sugawara taught her all secrets of oriental lacquer-work. In 1919 Suzanne Talbot entrusted Gray with the design of her apartment in the Rue de Lota ...More Details