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Phenomenal Welded Steel Brutalist Dining Table by Daniel Gluck Studios C. 1970s

18,500.00
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Phenomenal Welded Steel Brutalist Dining Table by Daniel Gluck Studios C. 1970s

18,500.00

A welded steel Brutalist dining table base designed by American artist Daniel Gluck for Daniel Gluck Studios C. 1970s. The table has been fabricated from hand-wrought steel that has a burnished, textured surface that scatters ambient light reflection. The form is best described as a lotus form with inverted and extending petals surrounding a flowering stamen. The table base is a prime example of period Brutalist design, hand-made by an artisan in his Los Angeles studio. Other examples of dining table bases by Gluck are non-existent, which makes this table exceedingly rare and possibly a tour-de-force for the artist. The glass top in the last four pictures is not included with the table. It is shown only for reference. The dimensions in the listing are for the base alone.

Dimensions: L. 53” D. 28” H. 28”


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A welded steel Brutalist dining table base designed by American artist Daniel Gluck for Daniel Gluck Studios C. 1970s. The table has been fabricated from hand-wrought steel that has a burnished, textured surface that scatters ambient light reflection. The form is best described as a lotus form with inverted and extending petals surrounding a flowering stamen. The table base is a prime example of period Brutalist design, hand-made by an artisan in his Los Angeles studio. Other examples of dining table bases by Gluck are non-existent, which makes this table exceedingly rare and possibly a tour-de-force for the artist. The glass top in the last four pictures is not included with the table. It is shown only for reference. The dimensions in the listing are for the base alone.

Dimensions: L. 53” D. 28” H. 28”