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Audo Copenhagen Umanoff side table, 45 cm, walnut - brushed brass
Audo Copenhagen Umanoff side table, 45 cm, walnut - brushed brass
Audo Copenhagen Umanoff side table, 45 cm, walnut - brushed brass
Audo Copenhagen Umanoff side table, 45 cm, walnut - brushed brass
Audo Copenhagen Umanoff side table, 45 cm, walnut - brushed brass
Audo Copenhagen Umanoff side table, 45 cm, walnut - brushed brass
Audo Copenhagen Umanoff side table, 45 cm, walnut - brushed brass
Audo Copenhagen Umanoff side table, 45 cm, walnut - brushed brass
Audo Copenhagen Umanoff side table, 45 cm, walnut - brushed brass

Umanoff side table, 45 cm, walnut - brushed brass

Audo Copenhagen

CHF 838.00

Audo Copenhagen
Umanoff side table
CHF 838.00



Colour
Walnut, brushed brass
Height
45 cm
Diameter
43–40 cm
Material
Oiled walnut and brushed brass with matte lacquer
Maximum load capacity
5 kg
Weight
2.21 kg

Arthur Umanoff

Arthur Umanoff (1923–1985) is an American industrial designer who has designed furniture, lighting as well as interior items. Umanoff graduated from the New York’s Pratt Institute and the American School of Design in the 1950s. In addition to the simple and timeless designs, Umanoff paid special attention to the functionality and attainability of the product. He favoured quality natural materials such as walnut, birch, rattan, leather and wrought iron. Umanoff’s designs represent the American mid century modern movement.

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