One-off game or dining table
Giulio Alchini


Italy, 1950s

Beech wood with blu formica top.
Currently being restored.
Signed with initials under the top.

Dimensions (H x W x D):
77,5 x 85 x 85 cm / 30,5 x 33,5

References:
- "ALCHINI, Giulio e Silvio" edited by F. De Gasperi, La Bottega dell'arte

Info

Giulio Alchini, born near Trento in 1926, is the heir of a family tradition of cabinetmakers. He studies in Venice at Scuola d’Arte dei Carmini. Influenced by Henry Moore and Le Corbousier, De Stijl and Piet Mondrian. He divides his research between architecture, scenography and design; painting and sculpture. He presents a side table at Biennale’s decorative art pavillion in 1950. His brilliant carreer is abruptly stopped by his death, in 1958, before he would turn 32.

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