In 1929, the Maharaja of Indore commissioned Eckart Muthesius to build and furnish his Manik Bagh palace. Completed four years later, the palace was an Art Deco-style masterpiece. Muthesius complemented its architecture with its own furniture and lamp designs. The Maharajah had innumerable servants. Eckart Muthesius added another one: Mandu, now edited by ClassiCon, offers an elegant appearance with typical Art Deco flourishing. Very feminine and yet, or perhaps for this reason, used primarily by gentlemen who don't want to entrust their business jackets to a simple coat rack. The original chrome version reflects the surroundings, while the new colors, black and bronze, especially emphasize the lines of the design.
Details: Tubular steel, bronze powder coated.
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