This tall pedestal table designed by Jean Prouvé is a prime example of his constant concern with standardization. The wooden legs were like those of the S.A.M. tables and many of the metal components were common to both types. This rare version in oak of the three-legged pedestal table presents a beautiful wooden patina and has great provenance.
Prouvé (1901–1984) was a 20th-century pioneer in the innovative production of furniture and architecture. He contributed considerably to the reconstruction and urbanization of postwar France and left an indelible stamp on European material culture.
Oak & Steel Tubing
H 72.5 x Diameter: 79.5 cm