Brutalist coffee table designed and made by Paul Kingma, The Netherlands 1989.
Introducing the Brutalist Round Coffee Table by renowned sculptor Paul Kingma, crafted in the Netherlands in 1989. This iconic piece is a testament to Kingma's unique aesthetic and craftsmanship.
The Paul Kingma Vintage Slate Stone with Brass Coffee Table is a remarkable piece that effortlessly harmonizes vintage allure with the timeless elegance of Japandi design. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this coffee table serves as a striking centerpiece, adding a touch of refined sophistication to any Japandi-inspired interior.
With its bold geometric lines and raw, unpolished concrete finish, this coffee table is the epitome of brutalist design. The rectangular shape invites socializing and relaxation, while the rough texture of the concrete adds an industrial edge to any interior. They center point of this table is a beautiful, mesmerizing agate.
Kingma's masterful use of concrete as a medium is showcased in this piece, with its sculptural quality and attention to detail. Every curve and corner is expertly crafted, creating a stunning visual display that is both functional and artistic.
This Brutalist Coffee Table is a true collector's item and a statement piece that will elevate any living space. Its timeless design and durability make it a wise investment for any design enthusiast.
Bring a touch of Dutch design history into your home with this exceptional piece by Paul Kingma. Order yours today and experience the unparalleled beauty and craftsmanship of the Brutalist Round Coffee Table.
The heavy and thick concrete top rests on two metal sheets that are black lacquered. Beautiful composition of different colors of slate, gem stones, metal and brass makes this table a real work of art. This table is signed by Paul Kingma ’89 and it is in excellent 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.
The table top will be shipped in a custom made wooden export crate.
All his tables are unique and one of a kind.
Designer: Paul Kingma
Manufacturer: Paul Kingma
Material: Metal Brass Concrete Stone
height: 38.5 cm
width: 80 cm
depth: 120 cm
Top: 4 cm thick
Weight top: 90 kg
Very good, minimal wear consistent with age and use. No chips from the sides.