In the early 1940s, Jean Prouvé increasingly devoted himself to wood as a material. At the Guéridon Bas coffee table edited by Vitra, a heavy board rests on three solid oak feet. The elements are joined together by a metal sheet. Following the model of the time called "Table Africaine" it is also made in dyed oak of dark color.
Details: Paws to match with the solid wood board, treated with oil.
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