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Auction Description for Auctionata Paddle8 AG: 685: The Paddle8 Pad: Objects of Design
Auction Description:
  The most exquisite form meets uncompromising function in this selection of top tier 20th and 21st century design. Striking contemporary pieces by emerging designers such as Philip Michael Wolfson, Alessandro Zambelli and Fredrikson Stallard, and contemporary masters such as Zaha Hadid and Ron Arad, are offered alongside perfectly engineered classics from Fornasetti and the Eameses.
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Preview: A preview is only possible by prior appointment. Contact: Tel: +44 (20) 3743 0373, E-mail: london.auctions@paddle8.com   Auction Location: 32 Portland Place London W1B 1NA United Kingdom
Sale Notes:
The most exquisite form meets uncompromising function in this selection of top tier 20th and 21st century design. Striking contemporary pieces by emerging designers such as Philip Michael Wolfson, Alessandro Zambelli and Fredrikson Stallard, and contemporary masters such as Zaha Hadid and Ron Arad, are offered alongside perfectly engineered classics from Fornasetti and the Eameses.

685: The Paddle8 Pad: Objects of Design (105 Lots)

by Auctionata Paddle8 AG


105 lots with images

November 30, 2016

Live Auction

Berlin, Berlin, Germany

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Olga Bielawska, The Veiled Side Table, Round, Italy, 2016

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Description: Olga BielawskaThe Veiled Side Table, Round, 2016Marble, resinWaterjet cutting inlayCurated by Matter of StuffHand-carved by Carrara Design Factory, Italy35 x 70 x 70 cm (13.78 x 27.56 x 27.56 in)Developed and produced during the ‘Matter of Stuff Designer Residency’ program in Montalcino Provenance: Matter of Stuff, London, UK Exhibited: Curated by Matter of Stuff, ME London Hotel, London, 17th-25th September 2016. The Veiled is a collection of tables and trays carved from the best quality Italian marble with applied graphic monochrome pattern, intended to resemble striped folded silk. The contrast between the soft silk and the hard marble surface is one of the main themes of the collection. Bielawska said of the collection: “I wanted something graphical and that's why I chose black and white, but it could also be made in different colour variations." (Olga Bielawska, (2016), Olga Bielawska creates visual effects with marble for Veiled tables, retrieved from http://www.dezeen.com/2016/09/26/olga-bielawska-matter-of-stuff-veiled-marble-tables-furniture-london-design-festival-2016/). The collection draws striking similarities - as well as its name - to Roman statues such as Giovanni Strazza’s Veiled Virgin, and Rafaelle Monti’s, A Veiled Vestal Virgin, 1846-7. Also carved from carrara marble, the illusion of fabric over the virgin’s face is replicated in the gentle folds of Bielawska’s monochrome stripes and she cites the former as a strong influence: "It's incredible because she has a textile over her face and it looks so real," (Bielsawska, (2016), Olga Bielawska creates visual effects with marble for Veiled tables). The collection was exhibited as part of the Curated by Matter of Stuff exhibition for the London Design Festival 2016, where three up-and-coming designers were asked to combine cutting-edge design with traditional Italian manufacturing. Condition report: For a condition report, please contact london.auctions@paddle8.com Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Alessandro Zambello, Marque’ Side Table, England, 2016

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Description: Alessandro ZambelliMarque’ Side Table, 2016Metal inlays in oxidised copper, black MDF, velvetCurated by Matter of StuffManufactured by Toscari40 x 4 cm ( 15.75 x 1.6 in)Developed and produced during the ‘Matter of Stuff Designer Residency’ program in Montalcino Provenance: Matter of Stuff, London, UK Exhibited: Curated by Matter of Stuff, ME London Hotel, London, 17th-25th September 2016 Condition report: For a condition report, please contact london.auctions@paddle8.com Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Tim Vanlier, Mirrored, Italy, 2016

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Description: Tim Vanlier (Dutch, 1988)Mirrored, 2016Copper, aluminium, polished steelCurated by Matter of StuffManufactured by ToscariLarge: 180 x 60 cm; medium: 65 x 40 cm; small: 25 x 16 cm (Large: 70.87 x 23.62 in; medium: 25.59 x 15.75 in; small: 9.84 x 6.30 in)Developed and produced during the ‘Matter of Stuff Designer Residency’ program in Montalcino Provenance: Matter of Stuff, London, UK Exhibited: Curated by Matter of Stuff, ME London Hotel, London, 17th-25th September 2016 Condition report:For a condition report, please contact london.auctions@paddle8.com Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Philip Michael Wolfson, Twisted Split Chair, 2009

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Description: Philip Michael Wolfson (American, b.1958)Twisted Split Chair (Black & White), 2009Acrylic StoneNo 2. of 12Height: 79 cm (seat 45 cm) x 60 cm x 65 cm (Height: 31 in (seat 17.7 in) x 23.6 in x 25.6 in)Provenance: Philip Michael Wolfson, London, UK The Split family uses a compound twist to manipulate a simple remnant of the material as a starting point. They begin with the minimalist stool as the basic family element which also appears in Paddle8’s Objects of Design. The Split chair LOW, incorporates a secondary seat and back as a ‘melted’ amorphic form.The series has been featured in Design Milk.Philip Michael Wolfston is an architect from Philadelphia. He was Zaha Hadid’s head of design for ten years and now runs his own studio where he works on sculptural pieces and interior architecture.He has established his distinctive pathway, re-examining the forms and ideas of the early 20th century Modernist movements, particularly Constructivism and Futurism. His unique approach to design and art is informed by by the dynamics of fracture and fragmentation - layering and manipulating his materials into fluid shapes and forms, where the dynamics of light, shadow and reflection are an integral part of the seduction of the work. They are elegant, graceful designs, easily resembling elongated black swan wings in repose; layered geological contortions, or the energetic movements of an impassioned orchestral conductor. The exquisite use of noble materials woods, glass, metals and stones, as well as new materials, such as carbon fiber, brings dynamic elegance and an individual contemporary feeling that enhances his unique approach.Works by Philip Michael Wolfson has been shown at, or are included in numerous international collections including the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, the Foundation Cartier, Paris, and the Price Tower Arts Centre, Bartlesville.His designs are on display at renowned galleries Contrasts, Shangai; Franziska Kessler, Zurich; Sebastian + Barquet, New York, at high profile design fairs Art Basel, Design Miami, Salone Internazionale del Mobile, Milan, TEFAF, Maastricht and through the auction Houses Christie’s and Phillips de Pury in London and New York. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Alex Cayet, Narra Wood Desk, France, 2011

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Description: Alex Cayet (French) Narra Wood Desk or Dining Table, 2011 Narra Wood81.5 x 196 x 106 cm (82 x 77.1 x 41.7 in) Condition report:Condition report on request.Dimensions are close approximations because of the irregularity of the natural forms Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Marco Zanuso, Low Centre Table, Italy, c1970s

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Description: Marco Zanuso (Italian 1914 - 2001) Low chrome and smoked glass centre/coffee table, 1970sChrome and glass37 x 110 x 110 cm (14.57 x 43.31 x 43.31 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Philip Michael Wolfson, Why/Why Not Console & Mirror, 2009

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Description: Philip Michael Wolfson (American, b.1958)Why/Why Not Console & Mirror, from the Twisted series, 2009White Hi-Mac acrylic stone and mirror in coloured acrylic stoneNo. 3 of 8Each: 133 x 133 x 35cm ( 52.4 x 52.4 x 13.7 in)Literature: Robert Kanten, Once Upon a Chair, Berlin: Die Gestalten Verlag, 2009Judith Gura, Design After Modernism, W. W. Norton & Company, 2002 Derived from the letter Q, which in itself is a symbol or could be referred to as the challenging letter in the alphabet. It represents a letter (refers to a letter) as well as the actual spiral shape itself, which refers to infinity.Investigating rhythms and lines of movement, and, as well, ideas of the concrete poetry manifestoes of ‘seeing the word in itself’. Questioning becomes a part of the perception of the piece.Condition report:For a condition report, please contact london.auctions@paddle8.com Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Thomas Pedersen, Stingray Rocking Chair, Denmark, 2008

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Description: Thomas Pedersen (Danish)Stingray Rocking Chair, 2008Oak white pigmented lacquer wood & chrome frame with leather neck cushionModel No 3510 / Series 041080 x 120 x 100 cm ; seat height 47 cm - to lip at front edge (31.5 x 47.24 x 39.37 in ; seat height 18.5 in) Footnote: Awards: THE DANISH DESIGN PRIZE 2008/09 The Danish Design Prize, formerly known as the ID-prize, is Denmark`s highest design honours. With the prize the Danish Design Centre recognises companies and designers who have created product or solutions that demonstrate prize-worthy quality, beauty, innovation or functionality. Stingray is a complex item of furniture that succeeds both functionally and as sculpture. It works in different materials and is surprisingly comfortable to sit in, the jury remarked in choosing Stingray as the winner of the Danish Design Prize. RED DOT DESIGN AWARD The award is intended to recognise high-quality products boasting new and innovative design. Red Dot is viewed as an imortant seal of approval throughout the world. An independent jury chose Stingray as one of the unique design products in the Product Design category. INTERIOR INNOVATION AWARD COLOGNE 2008 The highly prestigious award is presented in collaboration with the esteemed German design institute Rat fr Formgebung. It is intended to recognise not only best design at the Cologne International Furniture Fair but also the most innovative product on display. BOLIGMAGASINETS DESIGNPRIS "BEST DESIGN" The wooden version of Stingray won this award for "best design", presented by the Danish interior design magazine Bolig Magasinet. The award celebrates a chair that stands out even among the finest works of Danish and international design. Condition: The chair is in very good condition, only very minor traces of wear to the underneath of the metal legs which is unnoticeable. Viewing: Available upon request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Studio Uufie, Echo Table: Large, 2016

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Description: Studio UufieEcho Table: Large, 2016Aluminum, wood, liquid metalCurated by Matter of StuffManufactured by ToscariHandcarved in Carrara, ItalyH72 x W169.5 x D144.5cm (H28.5 x 66.73 x 56.89in)Developed and Produced during the “Matter of Stuff Designer Residency” program in MontalcinoProvenance: Matter of Stuff, London, UKExhibited: Curated by Matter of Stuff, ME London Hotel, London, 17th-25th September 2016Object is taxed regularly. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU. The “echo” table pushes the material limits of metal and wood to imagine an intangible reality. In wood, the grain tells its history and by using a technique of exposing the hardwood (season of winter) and embedded metal into the lines of the softwood (season of summer), each growth creates an elusive boundary between the two materials. The objectivity is further enhanced by removing the sense of substantial weight and density of the materials. Beauty and inspiration are found all around us. The table legs reference the shape generated by the spilling of water. The variation of the table top in an organic circle like a stone formed by the sea current. It enacts the activity and motion which would happen around a table. Alluding to the subtle shades of a sunrise, the colour of three tables are created in three metal: aluminium, copper, and brass. Condition: Condition report on request. Viewing: Available upon request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Alessandro Zambello, Marque’ Console, England, 2016

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Description: Alessandro ZambelliMarque’ Console, 2016Metal inlays in blackodised iron, black MDF, velvetCurated by Matter of StuffManufactured by Toscari112.5 x 71 x 36 cm (44.29 x 28 x 24.17 in)Developed and produced during the ‘Matter of Stuff Designer Residency’ program in Montalcino Provenance: Matter of Stuff, London, UK Exhibited: Curated by Matter of Stuff, ME London Hotel, London, 17th-25th September 2016. The Marque collection from emerging designer Alessandro Zambelli comprises a series of storage furniture that include a small cabinet, a dry bar, a console and a coffee table, where the material used – metal – is oxidised to different levels and used to create linear forms and delicate geometrical motifs. The stunning present example is created with blackoised iron in a subtle variety of shades, laid onto wooden doors, demonstrating a fresh take on the traditional technique of marquetry. Zambelli has said about the collection: "The use of inlaid metal is an homage to the Paris of the 20s and to the art-deco designs of Emile Ruhlmann and Jean Dunand, who were the main advocates of this style." (Alessandro Zambelli (2016) Marque Console, retrived from https://www.matterofstuff.com/product/marque-console-alessandro-zambelli/). The art-deco style also inspires the light, curved forms of the pieces. Presented during London Design Festival 2016 the works received high acclaim from major publications Dezeen, Wallpaper, The New York Times and the Financial Times. Oxidised metal became one of the reoccurring trends at the festival. The collection - curated by Matter of Stuff and produced by the respected Italian metal manufacturer Toscari - aimed to combine traditional Italian craftsmanship with contemporary design. The collection furthermore demonstrates a timelessness that beautifully marries elements of art-deco and contemporary style. Condition report: For a condition report, please contact london.auctions@paddle8.com Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Pair of Wood Sculptures, France, c.1970s

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Description: Pair of wood sculptures, c.1970sWood and glass197 x 49 x 49 cm Condition report:Condition report on request.Large and imposing pair of wood sculptures. While we believe they were intended to stand upright, perhaps on either side of an entrance, they can also be laid flat and used as centre tables if covered with glass. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Illuminated mirror

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Description: Illuminated mirror with glass plaques with a fantasy sea life motifGlass218 x 112 x 25 cm (85.83 x 44.09 x 9.84 in) Condition report:Condition report on request.Mirror attributed to Fontana Arte with Glass shelf and three illuminated blue plaques depicting Mermaids.Note:- As is often the case with good quality Italian mirrors, there is always the temptation to say that it is "by" Fontana Arte or any other major glass manufacturer. It would be churlish for us to say 100% that a mirror, for example, is DEFINITELY "by" a particular manufacturer without supporting documentation such as an original receipt or label which, more often than not, doesn't come when buying a vintage piece. Of course, if a piece is illustrated in an authoritative book we shall always assume that the piece is "by" a manufacturer. In this particular case we prefer to make an attribution based on the excellent quality of the mirror and we would be surprised if it were not by Fontana Arte themselves. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Philip Michael Wolfson, Pair of Mini ‘Origami’ Chairs, 1991

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Description: Philip Michael Wolfson (American, b.1958)A Pair of Prototype Mini ‘Origami’ Chairs, 1991Patinated steelTwo prototypes (left & right), for an edition of 8 for both left and right67 x 40 x 40 cm (26.4 x 15.7 x 15.7 in)Provenance: Philip Michael Wolfson, London, UKExhibited: 'Super Design', No. 1, The Piazza, London, 9 October-14 October 2007.Literature: For the full-size version see, Robert Klanten, et al., eds., Desire: The Shape of Things to Come, Berlin, 2008, p.86, fig.1.For the full-size version see, Suzanne Trocme, The New Classics, Stewart, Tabori, & Chang, 2002.For the full-size gilded version see, Judith Gura, Design After Modernism, W. W. Norton & Company, 2002. With this series of works, the formal concept is derived from the dynamics of landscape formations and creation; where geological references to tectonic layering and movement, spatial overlap, penetration of layers and juxtaposition create a collision - static versus dynamic forces. This is a functional and sculptural approach to design.Another prototype from the full-size series of the ‘Origami’ chair appeared in at auction in 2011 with Phillips (Phillips, London, Design, 7 April 2016, lot 68).Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Tim Vanlier, Remetaled Tables, 2016

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Description: Tim Vanlier (Dutch, b.1988)Remetaled Tables, 2016Copper, aluminium, steel, liquid metalCurated by Matter of StuffManufactured by ToscariLarge: 38.8 x 60 cm; small: 33 x 45 cm (Large: 15.28 x 23.62 in; small: 13 x 17.72 in)Developed and produced during the ‘Matter of Stuff Designer Residency’ program in Montalcino Provenance: Matter of Stuff, London, UK Exhibited: Curated by Matter of Stuff, ME London Hotel, London, 17th-25th September 2016 Condition report: For a condition report, please contact london.auctions@paddle8.com Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Pair of ‘Modernist’ Slatted Chairs, Italy, 1950s

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Description: Pair of ‘Modernist’ chairs with slatted beech with ebonised details, 1950s93 x 46 x 45 cm (36.61 x 18.11 x 45 in) Condition: The chairs are in a condition consistent with age and use. They are structurally sound with tiny nicks to the wood throughout particularly around the legs. Viewing: Available upon request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Studio deFORM, Lithosphere Coffee Table, 2016

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Description: Studio deFORMLithosphere Coffee Table, 2016Caesar Black Marble, Breccia Dark Marble, Breccia Light Marble, Veined White MarbleIn collaboration with Matter of StuffManufactured by Cianciullo Marmi, Italy70 x 110 cm (27.56 x 43.31 in)Provenance: Matter of Stuff, London, UKObject is taxed regularly. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU. The Lithosphere Coffee Table takes its inspiration from the different layers of the Earth’s crust and upper mantle. The table juxtaposes four stone slabs sourced from specific locations in Italy. The slabs are divided into four concentric elements, these nestle seamlessly inside each other, as in a Matryoshka. The sixteen elements can then be separated and stacked in differing combinations, producing four material variations of the table. The design was carefully considered to maximise the use of each slab. By intermingling the four stones, variety is created, whilst simultaneously minimising waste. Condition report: For a condition report, please contact london.auctions@paddle8.com Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Shaun Doyle & Mally Mallinson, “Ecce Homo Tesco”, England, 2011

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Description: Shaun Doyle (English, b. 1968) and Mally Mallinson (English, b. 1970)“Ecce Homo Tesco” sculpture, 2011Edition 3 of 941 x 28 x 18 cm (16.14 x 11.02 x 7.09 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Giuseppe Scapinelli, Chaise Lounge, c.1952/58

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Description: Giuseppe Scapinelli (Italian, 1891 - 1982)Chaise lounge, c.1952/5890 x 198 x 70 cm (35.43 x 77.95 x 27.56 in) Condition: The chair is in good condition with signs of minor wear consistent with age. The material does have some markings and residue throughout. The height measures 90 cm, the width 198 cm and the depth 70 cm.? Viewing: Available upon request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Mazzega, “Spun Sugar” Chandelier, Italy, 1960s

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Description: MazzegaChandelier with “Spun Sugar” drops with Amethyst tint, 1960s115 x 52 x 52 cm (45.28 x 20.47 x 20.47 in) Condition report:Condition report on request.This chandelier comprises 30 clear and tinted drops Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Nick Davies table with cast bronze figures

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Description: Nick Davis (English)Centre table with Figures, 2013Bronze and glass36 x 54 x 122 cm x 122 cm (14.17 x 21.25 x 48 x 48 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Pair of Moroso Chairs, Italy, c.1960

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Description: Pair of Moroso curved leather lounge chairs with rattan backrest and chromed steel frames, c.196074 x 53 x 92 cm; seat height 43 cm (29.13 x 20.87 x 36.22 in ; seat height 16.93 in) Footnote: Moroso has been designing sofas, armchairs and accessories since 1952, more often than not for well known designers such as Carlo Colombo, Ron Arad and Marc Newson. The Moroso policy is always to consider the end user; their lifestyle and way of living. Condition: The chairs are in good condition with signs of wear consistent with age. Fading to rattan, old markings and scuffs to leather mainly to rear of chairs, small chips to woodwork to base at rear. Each height measures 74 cm, the width 53 cm and the depth 92 cm. The seat height is 43 cm. Viewing: Available upon request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Centre Table with Rotating Extensions, 1970s

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Description: Center or coffee table with rotating formica trays, 1970sGlass and Chrome44 x 130 x 60 cm (17.32 x 51.18 x 23.62 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Mole Richardson, “Sputnik” Stage Spotlight, England, 1960s

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Description: Mole Richardson “Sputnik” stage spotlight, 1960Model 1043178 x 81 x 56 cm (70 x 31.89 x 22.05 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Pair of Zebra Wood Chairs, France, 1980/90s

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Description: Pair of chrome, leather, glass and zebra wood chairs, 1980/90sChrome, leather, glass and wood96.5 x 69 x 65 cm (38 x 27.17 x 25.59 in) Condition: The chairs are in condition consistent with general use, there are small chips to the wood and parts of visible wear especially along the bottom of the legs and back panel. Viewing: Available upon request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Pair of Lucite and Brass Two-Tier Side Tables, France, 1970s

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Description: Pair of Two-tier side tables, 1970sLucite and brass46 x 64 x 64 cm (18.11 x 25.20 x 25.20 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Chromcraft, Set of Four “Sculpta” Chairs, USA, 1966

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Description: ChromcraftFour aluminium chromcraft "Sculpta" chairs with vinyl fabric, 196696 x 56 x 70 cm; seat height: 41 cm (37.79 x 22.05 x 27.56 in; seat height: 16.14 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Pair of Lion Motif Tables, France, 1960s

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Description: A pair of glass topped tables with brass lion motif legs, 1960sBronze, Glass76.5 x 160 x 90 cm (31.1 x 62.9 x 35.4 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Philip Michael Wolfson, Eruption Coffee Table, 2009

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Description: Philip Michael Wolfson (American, b.1958)Eruption Coffee Table, from the Twisted series, 2009White Hi-Mac Acrylic StoneNo. 2 of 840 x 900 x 1400 cm (15.8 x 354.3 x 551.2 in) Creating a choreography of movement and transformation with a subtle dynamic of a single bending surface, the TWISTED series examines minimal form and material.Devised as an alternative to a purely ‘functional surface’, Eruption examines the role of light and shadow on the surfaces, as well as the dynamics of line. Insinuating movement by both the contrasts of volume and the suggestion of a physical perception of lightness, the piece explores the boundary of solid and void.Eruption investigates new ways of working the solid surface of the Hi-Mac compound requiring new techniques that push the limits of the material. Stretching, bending and curving, the work appears frozen in nature and space as if on the verge of breaking out of its pure geometric confines.Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Bronze “Elephant Tusk” Table, France, c early 1970s

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Description: Bronze table with glass top and elephant tusks, 1970sBronze, brass and glass41 x 165 x 90 cm (16.14 x 65 x 35.43 in) Condition report:Condition report on request.Unusual "Tusk" Table with fixed brass rope. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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“Jellyfish” Chandelier in the Style of Venini, Italy, 1970s

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Description: "Jellyfish" chandelier in the style of Venini comprising heavy glass pendants, some tinged with turquoise and gold chains, 1970sGlass, turquoise and gold100 x 70 x 70 cm (39.37 x 27.56 x 27.56 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Studio Uufie, Echo Table: Medium, 2016

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Description: Studio UufieEcho Table: Medium, 2016Aluminum, wood, liquid metalCurated by Matter of StuffManufactured by ToscariHand-carved in Carrara, Italy120.5 x 76 cm (H? x 47.44 x 29.92in) Developed and Produced during the “Matter of Stuff Designer Residency” program in MontalcinoProvenance: Matter of Stuff, London, UKExhibited: Curated by Matter of Stuff, ME London Hotel, London, 17th-25th September 2016.Object is taxed regularly. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU. Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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A Pair of Murano Sconces, Angelo Brotto, Italy, 1960s/70s

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Description: Angelo Brotto (Italian, 1914-2002)A Pair of Murano Glass Scones, 1960s/70sChrome and glassEach 55 x 65 x 9.5cm (21.7 x 25.6 x 3.7in)(2) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Industrial Rotating Table Lamp, Germany, 1950s

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Description: Industrial rotating table lamp, 1950s80 x 65 x 38 cm (31.5 x 25.6 x 14.96 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Giotto Stoppino ’Maia’ writing desk, c. 1969

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Description: Giotto Stoppino (Italian, 1926-2011)Writing desk with rosewood tambour document and stationary barrel with two drawers on a painted steel base, manufactured by Bernini, c. 1969Rosewood, Steel92 x 120 x 77 cm (36.2 x 47.2 x 33.3 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Mark Brazier Jones, World Clock, England, c.1980s

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Description: Mark Brazier Jones (New Zealand, b.1956)World Clock, c.1980sLarge table clock in steel with pearl-glass baubles80 x 69 x 35 cm (31.5 x 27.17 x 13.78 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Romeo Rega, Eight Dining Chairs, 1970s

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Description: Romeo Rega (Italian, 1904 - 1968) Eight Brass and chrome dining chairs Brass and chrome95 x 46.5 x 45 cm (37.40 x 18.31 x 17.72 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Romeo Rega, Steel and Glass Centre Table, Italy, 1970s

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Description: Romeo Rega (Italian, 1904 - 1968) Steel and Glass Centre Table, 1970s41.5 x 160 x 69.5 cm (16.34 x 63 x 27.36 in) Condition report:Condition report on request.A striking table in steel and glass. The steel base, fashioned into one continuous strip, supports a chunky, substantial 20mm (approx 3/4 inch) glass top. The base is imprinted with the "Romeo Rega - Made in Italy" mark. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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John Graz, High Sided Armchair in Oranges Fabric, Brazil, 1950s

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Description: John Graz (Brazilian, 1891 - 1980)HIgh sided armchair reupholstered in Fornasetti ‘oranges’ fabric, 1950s76 x 58 x 65 cm; seat height: 35 cm (29.92 x 22.83 x 25.59 in; seat height: 13.78 in) Footnote: John Graz (1891-1980) John Graz was an artist, graphic designer and architect, who studied at the Escola de Belas Artes of Geneva and learned lithography in Munich. In 1920 he came to Brazil and soon became closely associated with the modernistic group, which illustrate the magazine Klaxon. In subsequent years he exhibited his works in several exhibitions and worked together with various architects. He participated in the Semana de Arte Moderna (Modern Art week) in 1922, exhibiting 7 paintings. In 1923, he collaborated in interior decoration projects with an architect who had just arrived from Russia, Gregori Warshavchik. Never leaving painting aside, Graz worked on the architecture of interior environments and created pieces of furniture, painted frescos, produced sculptures and designed all accessories necessary for his projects, in a conception of "synthesis of arts." Responsible for decorating the interior of many residences of rich people in Sao Paulo, he designed pieces of furniture, lamps and finishing pieces, like door-knobs, electric switches, designs for chinaware and also jewellery with a strong art deco influence. He also designed pieces of furniture close in style to the Bauhaus and left drawings of some sculptural item, which bought him closer to the Scandinavian School of Design. Many of his works relating to interior decoration and furniture were covered by fabric manufactured by his wife, Regina Gomeide Graz. In the 1990's four of his furniture drawings (a chair, a table and two armchairs), were interpreted by Delia Beru regarding the use of materials and fabricated by Moveis Teperman Condition: The chair is in good condition and was recently reupholstered in Fornasetti material. The height measures 76 cm, the width is 58 cm and the depth is 35 cm. The seat height is 35 cm. Viewing: Available upon request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Cristal Art, Large Cristal Art Wall Mirror, Italy, 1960s

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Description: Cristal ArtWall Mirror with Blue Mirrored Frame, 1960s188 x 100 x 4 cm (74.02 x 39.37 x 1.57 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Illuminated Mirror, Italy, 1970s style

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Description: Brass-framed mirror with side lighting with a black glass surround, 1970s styleBrass and glass90 x 150 x 13 cm (35.43 x 59.06 x 5.12 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Fontana Arte, Pair of Four “Saturn” Wall Sconces, Italy, c.1960

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Description: Fontana ArtePair of “Saturn” Sconces, c.1960s45 x 45 x 8 cm (17.72 x 17.72 x 3.15 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Francois Scali & Alain Domingo, A Pair of Lounge Chairs, c.1983

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Description: Francois Scali (French, b.1951) & Alain Domingo (b.1942)A Pair of Moreno Lounge Chairs, c.1983Chrome, leatherManufactured by NemoEach 76 x 68 x 103 x 40 cm (29.9 x 26.7 x 40.5 x 15.7in) Literature: For similar model in Jerryll Habeggar & Joseph Osman, Sourcebook of Modern Furniture, London: W. W. Norton & Company, p. 444. Condition: The chairs are in condition consistent with general use and age. Minor scuffs and marks to leather, particularly to the front left hand side of the seat rest. Each height measures c. 76 cm, the width 68 cm and the depth 103 cm. The seat height is 40 cm. Viewing: Available upon request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Il Hoon Roh, “Fabric Table Radiolaria”, England, Contemporary

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Description: Il Hoon Roh, (South Korean, b. 1978)Black “Fabric Table Radiolaria”Fiberglass reinforced plastic and classedEdition 1 of 25Signed by artist47 x 125 x 70 cm (18.50 x 49.21 x 27.56 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Aldo Nason, Chrome Chandelier, Italy, c.1965

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Description: Aldo Nason (Italian, b.1920)Chrome chandelier with three “Pulegoso’ glass tubes, c.1965Chrome and glass116 x 25 x 25 cm (45.67 x 9.84 x 9.84 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Moreno Ratti, Collezione Svelata: Large, 2016

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Description: Moreno Ratti (Italian, b.1982)Collezione Svelata, 2016Carrara MarbleCurated by Matter of StuffHand-carved in Carrara, ItalyHeight: 34 cm (13.5 in) Provenance: Matter of Stuff, London, UK Condition report: For a condition report, please contact london.auctions@paddle8.com Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Wrought Iron and Glass Table, Italy, 1930s-40s

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Description: Italian wrought iron and glass topped table, 1930s-40sWrought Iron, Glass53 x 102 x 56 cm (20.8 x 40.1 x 22 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Floral Lucite mirror

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Description: Illuminated mirror with Lucite flowers on white metal frame, c.1960s57 x 57 x 9 cm (22.44 x 22.44 x 3.54 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Celine Lepage, “La Femme de Marrakech” Satue, France, 1920s

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Description: Celine Lepage (French, 1882 - 1928)Glazed ceramic figure “La Femme de Marrakech”, 1920s74 x 21 x 21 cm (29.13 x 8.27 x 8.27 in) Condition report:Condition report on request."La Femme de Marrakech" by Celine Lepage (1882-1928) Rare ceramic white glazed figure with original seal and signed label.Authenticated by Felix Marcilhac, Paris. (This group was also issued as a re-edition in the 1950`s with a brown base.)We have been informed that Lepage was part of the Stele group formed by Arthur Goldschneider. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Cube ceiling light

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Description: Cube ceiling lights, 1960s65 x 75 x 75 cm (25.59 x 29.53 x 29.53 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Weave Sideboard with Chrome Trim

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Description: Weave sideboard with chrome trimFaux bamboo and chrome76.5 x 185.5 x 51.5 cm (29.92 x 73.03 x 20.28 in) Condition report:Condition report on request. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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