JOHN SALADINO "Luna" Round Accent Table - Putty Matte
Sale Price: Sold Original Price: $1,200.00
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SOLD Contemporary John Saladino made Luna accent table is structured on a contemporary architectural inspired base of putty colored metal that is reminiscent in shape of steel building girders and construction sites. The legs are connected with “X” shaped bracers and the legs are finished in small casters. The table top is made of a single piece of blue tinted frosted glass.
About the Artist:
John Saladino is one of the world’s most distinguished and respected architectural and interior designers. Often referred to as the designers’ designer, his timeless work continues his philosophy of mixing “old with new” and appeals to both traditional and modern clients. His full maturity as an artist and a master of scale blends easily with his historical references, from the Villa of Mysteries in Pompeii through Palladio and William Kent. His work is always layered with historical knowledge, whether implicit or explicit.
Saladino was the first designer to incorporate ancient fragments and techniques into minimalist and modern spaces. As early as 1968, he created rooms with brown coat plaster walls juxtaposed with polished surfaces, like stainless steel ceilings. One of the first to recognize his talent was Van Day Truex, formerly the Director of Design for Tiffany’s.
His universal design ability has been expressed in his furniture collections for Dunbar, Bloomingdale’s, and Baker, Knapp, and Tubbs. In 1986, he created Saladino Furniture Inc. with no less than sixty original designs for chairs, sofas, tables, lighting, and new pieces that are constantly in production. His innovative use of couture details, such as channel and harlequin quilting, rusching and exquisite production, continue to make Saladino Furniture highly desirable.
Great, distressed condition.
22"H x 28"W x 28"D