This Pierre Chareau Table was exhibited for the first time at the Salon U.A.M. (Union des Artistes Moderne). It was intended for use as a conversation piece in either a drawing room or perhaps a small winter garden. Chareau's tiered table was also used in the Maison de Verre, the glass house and office of Dr. and Mme. Dalsace.
Pierre Chareau was born in Bordeaux in 1883. As early as 1900 he began his artistic career as a student of the famous Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris where he focused on architecture and design. By the 1920's he was already known in the design world for his complex structures and innovative use of architectural space. Chareau began to explore an interest in Cubist space by the mid 1920's and soon after his designs became highly sculptural. Pierre Chareau was known for his use of combining materials such as lightly hammered steel, unpolished metals, and rich mahogany.
Manufactured in Italy.
Dimensions: H 23 1/4" Dia 24 1/2"
Material: Tables with structure in lacquered steel tube glass top thickness 12 mm.
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