Brutalist coffee table designed and made by Paul Kingma, The Netherlands 1989.
The green colored heavy and thick concrete top rests on two metal bases that are black lacquered. Beautiful composition of green Japanese slate, stones, copper and brass makes this table a real work of art. This table is signed by Paul Kingma ’89 and it is in very good original condition.
Paul Kingma was well known for his architectural tables that pay a tribute to the riches of Nature by traveling extensively in search of rare materials, whether raw or industrially produced. He combines recourse to materials used in architecture like stone, metal and concrete, with rich varied materials as brass, copper, glass or ceramic.
All his tables are unique and one of a kind.
This table was made by Paul for a dear friend. The inspiration for this table came from the window where Paul and his friend sat weekly to remenis about life. The table includes a agate that was found by his friend in 1969 at a family walk at "Het Zandgat Kwintelooijen". As this stone had a significant emotional meaning Paul put it as the center piece of table. Besides the agate the table includes different gem stones, copper and brass elements. A true work of art!
Designer: Paul Kingma
Manufacturer: Paul Kingma
Material: Metal | Brass | Concrete | Stone
Height: 39 cm
Width: 60 cm
Depth: 100 cm
Good, wear consistent with age and use.
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