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86/120 Coffee table, wood / glass, John Smith, Tasmania, Australia, 1984. Click to enlarge.

Coffee table by John Smith

Designed
Coffee table, wood / glass, John Smith, Tasmania, Australia, 1984.

Table made of wood and glass, consisting of a tabletop and base. The arch shaped, thick transparent glass tabletop rests on a wooden base. The base is composed of various geometric shaped hollow wood pieces, in bright gloss paint colours. The central support is two triangular shaped horizontal pieces which rest on 'legs' in square, triangular, semi-circular and quadrant shaped pieces. The legs are joined with elognated pieces …

Summary

Object No.

86/120

Object Statement

Coffee table, wood / glass, John Smith, Tasmania, Australia, 1984

Physical Description

Coffee table, wood / glass, John Smith, Tasmania, Australia, 1984.

Table made of wood and glass, consisting of a tabletop and base. The arch shaped, thick transparent glass tabletop rests on a wooden base. The base is composed of various geometric shaped hollow wood pieces, in bright gloss paint colours. The central support is two triangular shaped horizontal pieces which rest on 'legs' in square, triangular, semi-circular and quadrant shaped pieces. The legs are joined with elognated pieces of various shapes.

Marks

None

Dimensions

Height

440 mm

Width

1800 mm

Depth

910 mm

Production

Notes

Designed and made by John Smith, Tasmania, Australia, 1985.

Source

Credit Line

Purchased with the assistance of the Crafts Board of the Australia Council and Monahan Dayman Adams Pty Ltd

Acquisition Date

22 January 1986

Cite this Object

Harvard

Coffee table by John Smith 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 3 October 2022, <https://ma.as/55263>

Wikipedia

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