Coffee table of Victor Bramwell WILKINS for Gplan
Piece created in 1969 by the G Plan label within the Fresco range, which was carried out by its star designer Victor Bramwell Wilkins. Made of teak wood and glass. Rectangular tabletop with a central opening in transparent glass, which makes visible the lower storage platform ideal as a magazine rack. Finally, the body stands on a frame of turned legs joined by an arched crossbar (unmistakable design of all the pieces in the Fresco range).
It has a very good structural and aesthetic condition, with minimal signs of wear on the glass surface (as well as a certain amount of play on its long sides).
And remember: Don Draper had one of these in his office and no one will deny his good taste ;)
L: 137 cm H: 43 cm P: 51 cm