Bernard Vuarnesson, Coffee Table "Par 4", Wood, circa 1980, Italy
Bernard Vuarnesson (1935), square coffee table "par 4" with transformation with four removable and reversible slides,
Wood and formica,
The tops have a laminate side and a wood veneer side,
Square feet decorated with incisions,
Bellato (Sculpture et Jeux) Editor,
circa 1980, Italy.
Measures : - Closed : Height 40 cm, Width 70 cm, Depth 70 cm. - Open : Height 40 cm, Width 189 cm, Depth 189 cm.
Sculptures and Jeux was founded in 1973 by Ariane Vuarnesson, after studying art at the Louvre school in Paris, and by her husband, Bernard Vuarnesson, engineer from the Ecole Supérieure du Bois and engineer in Civil Constructions at the National Conservatory. of Arts et Métiers de Paris. From 1975 to 1980, Ariane and Bernard Vuarnesson participated in projects to create play areas for collective spaces at the Camondo School of Interior Architecture in Paris. From 1982, Bernard devoted himself mainly to creating a line of interior furniture, offering new functions through modular systems at any time.