Poland, 1922 – 2020
Architect and designer
Brutalist so called Guaruja round pedestal table designed by Jorge Zalszupin and manufactured by his own company l’Atelier, Brazil 1959. This stunning large dining table has a rosewood patchwork top supported by a solid concrete base, covered with black leather. A thick metal structure supports the oval top. This is for a very nice sized round version which can use up to 6 chairs easily, with one concrete base which serves as pillar for the main feature of the table, the patchwork jacaranda wooden top. The idea from the patchwork top came from the use of left-over scraps of wood available at the factory is a characteristic feature for Zalszupin’s designs, which was of course super-efficient. The tabletop is completely refinished and is again in excellent condition. The leather base is in very good condition with minimal wear from age and usage. The table can use up to 10 chairs easily, depending on the size of the chairs of course. The table is marked with a L’Atelier sticker at the bottom of the tabletop and the ESAF tag on the bottom where the table comes from.
Provenance; School of Farm Administration, an organ of the Brazilian Ministry of Finance, Brasilia 1959
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Fully refinished in our own atelier with high quality UV protection lacquer with preservation of authenticity. Also, completely structural checked and ready to use.
|Materials:||Rosewood, leather, concrete, metal|
|Condition:||Very good, refinished|
|Holland / Belgium:||€ 50|
|Europe:||€ 250 - 750|
|Outside Europe:||€ 1000 - 2000|