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No. 1666
BIOMORPHIC CONSOLE Shown In:
Finish: Gold Leaf
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No. 1666

BIOMORPHIC CONSOLE


Considered one of Duquette's most inspired works, the Biomorphic Console was originally designed for the Charles and Palmer Ducommun Bel Air residence in the 1960s. Impeccably recreated by Baker, the console is cast in resin in three separate pieces, then fabricated together to produce its undulating form, which is finished in Silver Gilt or Gold Leaf. The crystal clear glass top, although anchored in place, gives the illusion that it is just barely perching on top of the base. Circa 1965.

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DIMENSIONS
Width: 70 inches
Depth: 36 inches
Height: 33 inches
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PRODUCT OPTIONS AND FEATURES
- Resin
- 3/4" thick glass top
FINISHES
Standard finishes for this product:
Gold Leaf (shown)
Silver Gilt

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Biomorphic Console - Baker The Selected Works of Tony Duquette
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Finish: Gold Leaf
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