The Marcel Breuer K40 Table was designed between 1927 and 1928. It utilizes the same shapes and forms commonly seen throughout other Breuer tables. The Breuer K40 Sofa Table is one of Breuer's most elegant table designs. Breuer was a pioneer, and quickly became a master, at using tubular steel. The K40 Table is a fine example of Breuer's ability to bend tubular steel into a useful object for the home.
In the 1930's, Breuer left Germany to go to England, and eventually came to the United States where he taught with Walter Gropius at Harvard's School of Architecture.
Breuer started his own architectural studio in New York in 1941. There he developed a number of residential furniture designs. By the 1950's, he was designing large commercial buildings. One of his most iconic designs during this period of his career was the UNESCO headquarters in Paris.
Made in Germany by Tecta. A licensed reproduction of Bauhaus Designs by Tecta are approved by the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin and carry the Signet "Original Bauhaus Modell" designed by Oskar Schlemmer at The Bauhaus Weimar in 1922.
Dimensions: H 23 1/2" Dia. 31 1/2"
Materials: Frame nickel plated. 10mm crystal glass top.
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