Dutch Design serving trolley from the middle of the last century, by Campo and Graffi for Artimeta, 1950

695,00

This trolley was designed in the 1950s by Intalian Architects Campo and Graffi for Dutch company Artimeta. Artimeta was a company that was progressive for its time and had the philosophy of extreme minimalism. Besides founder Floris Fiedeldij also Matthieu Mategot has made several designs for Artimeta. The trolley on offer is extremely rare and rarely seen. It has clear damage to the lacquer but is in a usable condition.

The dimensions are: 60 cm height - 50 cm width - 48 cm depth

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This trolley was designed in the 1950s by Intalian Architects Campo and Graffi for Dutch company Artimeta. Artimeta was a company that was progressive for its time and had the philosophy of extreme minimalism. Besides founder Floris Fiedeldij also Matthieu Mategot has made several designs for Artimeta. The trolley on offer is extremely rare and rarely seen. It has clear damage to the lacquer but is in a usable condition. The dimensions are: 60 cm height - 50 cm width - 48 cm depth

Weight10 kgDimensions (L x W x H)48 x 50 x 60 cm

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