Designer: Willy Guhl
Model: inclined diabolo
Description: these diabolo-shapes planters were designed by the famous Swiss designer Willy Guhl and then edited in 1950 by Eternit. It's made of Eternit, a stable material with a fibrous texture composed of cement. These planters represent two cones of which the top is inclined, the result of a collaboration between Willy Guhl and the company Eternit in order to find new forms and original manufacturing techniques.
Galerie44 presents also in its collection 2 diabolo inclined large model (picture n°12).
Condition: these products are in good vintage condition.
Restoration: these products have not been restored.
To note: the planter n°1 have a small part missing (picture n°7).
Price: Per piece
Quantity available: 2.
Small height: 25 cm
High height: 36 cm
High diameter: 63 cm
Sculpture in black patinated metal by Kely, Burkinabe contemporary artist.
Pastel on canvas realised by the artist Vladimir Stand. Graduated by the Sofia academy of Art in 1975, Vladimir Stan Bulgarian painter live and work in Paris 14th.