Georges Candilis & Anja Blomstedt double shelving, France, 1968

Candilis, Georges
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Blomstedt, Anja
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Shelves
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France
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1960s

A Georges Candilis and Anja Blomstedt double shelving made of ash with aluminum angle brackets. The upper shelf is 156 cm wide and the lower one is 67 cm. These pieces are part of a large lot of items from the Les Carrats resort in Port-Leucate, France. The resort was designed by Candilis and for the furniture he collaborated with Finnish interior architect Blomstedt in 1968. It was produced by the Sentou workshop. The furniture was designed to be cheap and easy to disassemble and transport. Georges Candilis (1913-1995) was a Greek-French architect. In 1945 he started to work for Le Corbusier, where he was involved in the building of the Unité d’Habitation in Marseille. He rose to fame with the buildings he designed with his partners Alexis Josic and Shadrach Woods.

  • 718
  • Price on request
  • 27.6 In / 70.0 cm
  • 61.4 In / 156.0 cm
  • 10.4 In / 26.5 cm

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