Rosewood Occasional Tables by Claudio Salocchi for Sormani

Italy, 1960s

Beautiful set of SC-50 occasional tables in very good condition.
Designed by Claudio Salocchi in the 1960s.
Produced by Sormani, Italy.

Beautiful set of SC-50 occasional tables in very good condition. Designed by Claudio Salocchi in the 1960s. Produced by Sormani, Italy. Made of beautiful dark rosewood. The tables feature brass pulls and feet, and a single drawer that sits on top of a pedestal base. The base has four bentwood and solid wood feet. These tables can also work well as nightstands.

Claudio Salocchi (born Milan, 1934–2012) was an Italian industrial and furniture designer and architect. He graduated as an architect at the Politecnico di Milano. Claudio Salocchi produced numerous furniture and lighting designs, and, in parallel, spent much time and effort researching different applications of aluminum alloys, optimizing furniture and layout heights for work and home environments, and using new and unfamiliar configurations that would not compromise the practicality of the piece.

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60 x 50 x 38 cm. HxWxD

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