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Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958

Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958
  • Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958

Jules Wabbes curved executive mahogany and jatoba desk 1958

35.000 €

 Designed by Jules Wabbes and manufactured by Le Mobilier Universel in Belgium in the late 1950s, this desk embodies structured charm. Its sturdy chrome-plated steel frame harmonises perfectly with the pronounced grain of the solid mahogany and jatoba wood. The drawers, equipped with discreet handles on their faces, support a robust steam-bent desktop. Each of these handles is adorned with Wabbes' signature. With ingenuity, Jules Wabbes skillfully unveiled typically concealed inner elements, thus complementing the desk's remarkable construction.

Jules Wabbes (1919 - 1974) is recognized as one of the pioneers of modern design in Belgium. Influenced by American designers like Edward Wormley, solid wood became his preferred material, lending his creations a luxurious appeal and timeless sophistication. Endowed with a keen eye for detail and remarkable technical mastery, his works remain enduring symbols of his artistic legacy.

Literature: J.J. Wabbes, Galerie Les Années 50 and Weinstein, pages 22-23 ; Jules Wabbes: 1919-1974 Architecte d’Intérieur, Ferran-Wabbes, pages 50-51

Dimensions :

Width : 232 cm
Depth : 93 cm
Height : 75 cm

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