About this vintage design furniture
Oak dining set, Dutch Art Deco era, Hague school, 1928. Oval dining table in oak, on juxtaposed oval legs, Dutch, the 1920s. Rationalist dining chairs, set of four, with sculptural front legs. Rationalist armchairs, a pair, with sculptural arms and legs. Such a Minimalist and modern piece for its time. two elliptic shapes following a juxtaposed axis display great knowledge of math, architecture, and design. Truly an Avant-Garde item. Certainly an inspiration for later Scandinavian Modern designers such as Axel Einar Hjorth. The name Rationalism is retroactively applied to a movement in architecture that came about during the Age of Enlightenment (more specifically, neoclassicism), arguing that architecture’s intellectual base is primarily in science as opposed to reverence for and emulation of archaic traditions and beliefs. Rationalist architects, following the philosophy of René Descartes, emphasized geometric forms and ideal proportions.: 81-84. W 131 cm, D 101 cm, H 75 cm, SH 45 cmReference : 148633
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- 131 cm
- 75 cm
- 101 cm
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- Shipped from : Belgium
- Delivery time :
- 1 week for small items
- 2 to 5 weeks for bulky products
- Return possible: up to 14 days after delivery
About the designer
Unknown1927 - 2012
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