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Item No. 100218363

Umanoff Wine Rack

C$ 640.00
3.7 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100218363

Umanoff Wine Rack

C$ 640.00
Available to ship in:
  • Open-concept wine rack.
  • Leather straps function as a sling for wine bottles.
  • Holds up to eight bottles.
  • 18¾" H 9½" W 9⅞" D
Detailed Dimensions

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Umanoff Wine Rack
C$ 640.00
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Late industrial designer Arthur Umanoff is known for his contribution to the midcentury modern movement. Umanoff operated on the principle that design should be beautiful but also attainable, and he frequently combined natural materials with modern modes of production to create pieces that embody his vision. His eponymous Wine Rack comprises a powder-coated steel frame, leather straps, and solid brass hardware. It holds up to eight bottles of wine. Made in China.
  • Open-concept wine rack.
  • Leather straps function as a sling for wine bottles.
  • Holds up to eight bottles.
Brand
Audo Copenhagen
General Dimensions
  • 18¾" H 9½" W 9⅞" D
Product Weight
10.25 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Umanoff Wine Rack

  • Height (in): 18¾
  • Width (in): 9½
  • Depth (in): 9⅞
  • Weight (lbs): 10.25
  • Powder-coated steel frame
  • Full-grain leather straps
  • Solid brass hardware

Arthur Umanoff

American industrial designer Arthur Umanoff thought design should be beautiful but attainable. A chief contributor to the midcentury modern movement, he often combined natural materials with new production modes for pieces that embodied his vision. Umanoff graduated from Pratt Institute and the American School of Design in the 1950s before starting his prolific career re-shaping the modern home.

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