Jean-Michel Frank

dining table 1935

£11 268
incl. VAT*
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Materials

Co-designed with Adolphe Chanaux
Re-edited by Ecart International
Top and structure in oak or in sandblasted oak
Colours available: natural, brown, wenge and black
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Sizes

L 220 x W 118 x H 74 cm
L 86.6″ x W 46.5″ x H 29.1″

Manufacturing

Handmade in France
Production lead time: 12 – 14 weeks


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Picture by Jean-François Gaté from an interior project by Studio Asaï

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Jean-Michel Frank

dining table 1935

£11 268
incl. VAT*

Jean-Michel Frank

“You can furnish a room very luxuriously by unfurnishing it” is probably one of Frank’s most famous quotes, highlighting his taste for minimalism: some of his most iconic interiors are indeed marked by sparingly arranged furniture and creamy whites all around. This hallmark of non-colours was most emphasised by the iconic salon that Frank decorated for Marie-Laure and Charles de Noailles’s hôtel particulier in Paris. Panels of parchment on the walls, compact white armchairs, straw-marquetry side tables, lamps made of quartz, and stunning bronze doors: the room immortalised by Man Ray’s black-and-white photographs has become the paradigm of sophistication.

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