Adolf Loos Style Gueridon Antique Oak. 6 feet modernist gueridon inspired by a design of Adolf Loos. Antiqued and varnished Oak base and top. Patinated bronze sabots and gallery. Table available in many dimensions, wood species, wood finishings and brass decor.


Born in 1870, Adolf Loos was an Austrian architect and designer. Rejecting Vienna Secession and Art Nouveau aesthetics, he elaborated his own architectural style with white walls and pure forms. His credo was, above all, eliminating ornament and decoration. Loos was commissioned buildings as well as numerous private residences in Austria. He pioneered modernist and minimalist architecture in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. For this reason, Loos influenced architects such as Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe.

Vosges manufactures bespoke chairs, tables, beds, lighting and furniture to the highest standards. We craft all our pieces upon order. As a result, we can adapt our models to your requested dimensions, finishings and wiring standards. Vosges furthermore designs and fabricates any model from your own drawings or images. In addition, our team provides shop drawings and samples of finishing for your approval. We are inspired by a wide range of aesthetics including Art Nouveau, Modernist or moreover Art Deco styles.

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