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An unusual chrome console table of rectangular geometric form with a smoked glass top. Possibly designed by Francois Catroux.Francois Catroux is a French interior designer who began his career by decorating Mila Schön’s fashion boutique in Milan in 1967, transforming an old palazzo into an elegant interior of boutiques and showrooms. Having graduated from the Ecole d’Architecture de Paris Belleville, he developed a great passion for collecting Oriental art and often combined the simplicity of their design with architectural volumes and light effects. This chrome table was a primary piece in Catroux’s own apartment on the Ile Saint Louis in Paris.Catroux has since received commissions from numerous high profile clients including King Hussein of Jordan, the former Shah of Iran and the Rothschild family. Among the top ten of French contemporary designers, his work recently featured in an exhibition entitled Intérieurs 2010, Le Style Français at Artcurial, Paris.
Consistent with its age, the thin coating protecting the chrome surface from oxidisation has worn and the surface has pitted in a uniform manner over the surface. The resulting patina is therefore original and re-chroming would destroy this. The top is a replaced piece of glass. Some minor scratches and abrasions to the surfaces.
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