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Frédéric Dedelley WOGG 39 screen in natural ash

Frédéric Dedelley WOGG 39 screen in natural ash


Brand WOGG Designer

Regular price 2.423,00 €
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  • Height in cm: 81.0
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  • Width in cm: 42.0
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Zustand: New (exhibition piece)

The Swiss furniture brand WOGG was founded in 1983 by cousins ​​Willi Glasses and Otto Glasses; They formed the brand name WOGG from their initials WG and OG. Right from the start they wanted to surprise with exciting and innovative products; Thanks to the new, not yet known manufacturing processes such as the bending of hard and durable high-pressure laminate (HPL), very fine furniture parts with previously unknown strength were suddenly created. This inspired well-known designers such as Gerd Lange, Ubald Klug and Hans Eichenberger to collaborate in the first hour. Over the years, WOGG has been able to inspire many other Swiss designers such as Robert and Trix Haussmann, Alfredo Häberli, Christophe Marchand and Frédéric Dedelley to collaborate. The latter designed this simple screen for WOGG in 2006. This is an exhibition model in natural ash. It is in like new condition with minimal signs of wear.
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