Karl Springer Contemporary American Interlocking Parchment / Goatskin "Atlas" Low / Coffee Table

$20,875 (USD)

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Item #: REC5371

Contemporary American "Atlas" monumental low table comprised of two movable overlapping pieces, one finished in black free form goatskin / parchment, the other in a textured gray, stretched over wooden forms and finished in a high sheen lacquer. (KARL SPRINGER LTD) (Can be customized in size and color selection).

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Karl Springer Contemporary American Interlocking Parchment / Goatskin "Atlas" Low / Coffee Table

Contemporary American "Atlas" monumental low table comprised of two movable overlapping pieces, one finished in black free form goatskin / parchment, the other in a textured gray, stretched over wooden forms and finished in a high sheen lacquer. (KARL SPRINGER LTD) (Can be customized in size and color selection)

DETAILS

Sku:  REC5371
Ships From: Hollywood, Florida
Creator: Karl Springer

DIMENSIONS (INCHES)

Width:  60.0"
Height: 18.0"
Depth : 36.0"

INFO

Style:  Contemporary/Post-War Design
Materials & Techniques: Lacquered, parchment, wood
Category: Tables
Excellent

About Karl Springer

Karl Springer (1931-1991) was a renowned American furniture and decorative arts designer. He is best known for his innovative and luxurious designs that combined elements of classicism with modernism.

Born in Berlin, Germany in 1931, Springer's interest in design and craftsmanship was evident from an early age. He studied at the Berlin Academy of Fine Arts, where he honed his skills in furniture design and interior decoration. However, his promising career in Europe was interrupted by World War II, and he was forced to flee to the United States in 1939.

In the United States, Springer initially worked odd jobs to make ends meet. However, his talent and passion for design soon caught the attention of influential figures in the industry. In 1952, he was hired by the

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