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Sidetables Isocele by Max Sauze, France 1970

Sidetables Isocele by Max Sauze, France 1970

[SOLD] These graphical sidetables never seize to impress. From every angle their minimalistic and clever design seems to simplify the world of architecture. Stunning to look at it creates balance in every room. Designed by Max Sauze for Max Sauze Studios in 1970.


They form an exciting trio of sidetables due to their difference in sizes and colour. Two are black, one is light grey. The taller black "Isocele" is quite rare: it offers room for nine bottles and has a black metal base plate. Sold seperately or as duo or trio.


Max Sauze is a French sculptor and artist. He developed new forms and innovative techniques for his products. He was born in Alger in 1933 and first studied at the school of fine arts in Alger and then at the famous Camondo school in Paris. He moved to Aix en Provence where his career took off. He started to work with aluminum and searched for new geometric forms. At the end of the 1960s, Sauze had great sucess all around the world. Several exhibitions with his products have been organized in Paris: in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, at the Centre Pompidou and at the Palais de la Découverte.


These three "Isoceles" are in good to very good condition. They show only some light traces of age.


Height: 2x 47cm and 1x 51cm

Width: 2x 31cm and 1x 38cm


Prices per item:

Light grey: €125

Black: €175

Black with bottle rack: €295


Prices for the trio: on request


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