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A Six-Part “Triangle” Table, designed by Peter Ghyczy


in 1968 - 1971, for Reuter Lemförde, Germany, moulded parts of white lacquered polyurethane, composed of six segments, each of which is functional in itself: individually, in pairs as a writing desk, in triple combination, pushed against the wall, as a console table and in a group of six as a round table for indoor and outdoor use, overall dimensions when assembled: height c. 71 cm, diameter c. 135 cm (over the flat sides), diameter diameter over the tips c. 155 cm. (MHA)

Part of the Form + Life Collection from the experimental phase. Lit.: B. Polster, Peter Ghyczy. Der Evolutionär, Cologne 2010, pp. 44–69, esp. p. 64

Expert: Mathias Harnisch, MA Mathias Harnisch, MA
+43-1-515 60-242

Mathias.Harnisch@dorotheum.at

06.10.2021 - 16:02

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A Six-Part “Triangle” Table, designed by Peter Ghyczy


in 1968 - 1971, for Reuter Lemförde, Germany, moulded parts of white lacquered polyurethane, composed of six segments, each of which is functional in itself: individually, in pairs as a writing desk, in triple combination, pushed against the wall, as a console table and in a group of six as a round table for indoor and outdoor use, overall dimensions when assembled: height c. 71 cm, diameter c. 135 cm (over the flat sides), diameter diameter over the tips c. 155 cm. (MHA)

Part of the Form + Life Collection from the experimental phase. Lit.: B. Polster, Peter Ghyczy. Der Evolutionär, Cologne 2010, pp. 44–69, esp. p. 64

Expert: Mathias Harnisch, MA Mathias Harnisch, MA
+43-1-515 60-242

Mathias.Harnisch@dorotheum.at


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