Designer: Willy Guhl
Description: this planter in the shape of a diabolo was designed in 1950 by Willy Guhl, a famous Swiss designer, for the company Eternit. It is composed entirely of Eternit, a stable material made from fibrous cement.
The Diabolo model was originally conceived by Anton Bee, a pupil of Willy Guhl at the School of Applied Arts in Zurich, on the association of two cones.
Galerie44 also presents other creations by Willy Guhl: Loop armchair, Handkerchief planter, Elephant ear planter...
Condition: this product is in good vintage condition.
Restoration: this product has not been restored.
Height: 70 cm
Diameter: 43 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.