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Item No. 100519919
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Prouvé Gueridon Bas

$4,630.00
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Item No. 100519919
New Arrival

Prouvé Gueridon Bas

$4,630.00

Natural Oak
Walnut
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  • Designed by legendary French designer Jean Prouvé.
  • Made from solid oak.
  • Unique juxtaposition of shapes and angles.
  • 13½" H 31½" W 31½" D
Detailed Dimensions

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Designed by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
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Prouvé Gueridon Bas
$4,630.00
Details

Details

The Guéridon Bas (1944) coffee table by Jean Prouvé balances a robust structure with a sculptural silhouette. In the early 1940s, the French designer-engineer turned his attention to wood, due to the scarcity of metal during World War II. The coffee table’s angular legs branch outward for stability and are supported by steel hardware – creating an aesthetic that’s both rugged and light. This distinctive table lends itself to a wide range of interiors. Made in Poland.
  • Designed by legendary French designer Jean Prouvé.
  • Made from solid oak.
  • Unique juxtaposition of shapes and angles.
Brand
Vitra
General Dimensions
  • 13½" H 31½" W 31½" D
Product Weight
43 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
Item No.
100519919

Gueridon Bas

  • Height (in): 13½
  • Width (in): 31½
  • Depth (in): 31½
  • Weight (lbs): 43
  • Unique juxtaposition of shapes and angles.
  • Bent sheet metal crossbar with powder-coated finish

Jean Prouvé

“Never design anything that cannot be made,” Jean Prouvé once said. His practical body of work ranged from letter openers to doorknobs, furniture to modularly constructed buildings. Prouvé always regarded himself as more of an engineer, or “constructor,” than a designer. He never designed for the sake of form alone, concentrating instead on the essence of materials, connections, and production.

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