Brazilian Midcentury Petala Coffee Table in Cherrywood, in a style of Jorge Zalszupin
About Brazilian Midcentury Petala Coffee Table in Cherrywood, in a style of Jorge Zalszupin
Originally designed in the 1960’s the octagonal Petalas coffee table was inspired by the folded paper structures of origami, and originally reutilized the leftover pieces from another of Zalszupin's table • the Andorinha • for its fabrication. With its elegant curved wood making up its minimal and striking form, the Petalas is a Brazilian mid•century classic reissued for the first time since its original launch.
Very unique side tables are composed out of 8 curved pieces of wood. Table top has an octagonal form and its legs are continuation of the table top.
Highly polished cherry wood displays beautiful woodgrain.
Condition is perfect. Restored.
Brazil, c. 1960s.
50”w x 16”h