Wolfgang Laubersheimer Cupboard for Pentagon, Germany, 1987

Laubersheimer, Wolfgang
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Pentagon
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Other
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Germany
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1980s

A Wolfgang Laubersheimer ‘Seerose’ steel cupboard with two small wooden drawers and a sculpted sandstone top. The name 'Seerose' (water-lilies) refers to the plants and even water that could be placed in the carved out top. This rare piece was produced in 1987 by the Pentagon company, co-founded by Laubersheimer. Laubersheimer (1955) studied metal sculpture in Cologne. In 1982 he co-founded a production company for furniture called ‘Unikate’ and in 1985 the Design Group ‘Pentagon.’ Since 1992 he is a professor for production technology at the Köln International School of Design.

  • 1070
  • Price on request
  • 43.3 In / 110.0 cm
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