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Moebius | Objekto

880.00 €

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Glass
Frame:
Veneer Wood
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This table was recently discovered at a flea market in Parma, Italy. With this creation, this unknown creator leaves a trace of the artistic trail explored by designers from the fifties.

The simplicity of the lines doesn't take anything away from this intriguing and complex 3 pieces assemblage and refers us directly to the Moebius ribbon created in 1858 by the German mathematician August Ferdinand Moebius, ribbon with no end portrayed numerous timesin Escher's work.

Reminiscence of the past, the Moebius table is a classical. It blends rhythmic forms and an evident practicality.
This table was recently discovered at a flea market in Parma, Italy. (more)
With this creation, this unknown creator leaves a trace of the artistic trail explored by designers from the fifties.

The simplicity of the lines doesn't take anything away from this intriguing and complex 3 pieces assemblage and refers us directly to the Moebius ribbon created in 1858 by the German mathematician August Ferdinand Moebius, ribbon with no end portrayed numerous timesin Escher's work.

Reminiscence of the past, the Moebius table is a classical. It blends rhythmic forms and an evident practicality.



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This table was recently discovered at a flea market in Parma, Italy. With this creation, this unknown creator leaves a trace of the artistic trail explored by designers from the fifties.

The simplicity of the lines doesn't take anything away from this intriguing and complex 3 pieces assemblage and refers us directly to the Moebius ribbon created in 1858 by the German mathematician August Ferdinand Moebius, ribbon with no end portrayed numerous timesin Escher's work.

Reminiscence of the past, the Moebius table is a classical. It blends rhythmic forms and an evident practicality.
This table was recently discovered at a flea market in Parma, Italy. (more)
With this creation, this unknown creator leaves a trace of the artistic trail explored by designers from the fifties.

The simplicity of the lines doesn't take anything away from this intriguing and complex 3 pieces assemblage and refers us directly to the Moebius ribbon created in 1858 by the German mathematician August Ferdinand Moebius, ribbon with no end portrayed numerous timesin Escher's work.

Reminiscence of the past, the Moebius table is a classical. It blends rhythmic forms and an evident practicality.

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