***SOLD***Mid 20th C., an armoire from the mosaic range by Lane in walnut. The structure of this range showcases the grain of the walnut beautifully. The lower section comprises three spacious drawers. The upper section has two doors that open to adjustable shelves and a pull out drawer.
About Brutalist Design
The brutalist design was born among the debris of World War II. For a while, it was a matter of survival – to rapidly rebuild cities, to provide affordable homes for families assaulted by poverty. Then, the pioneers of brutalist architecture started to design more tempered brutalist buildings, yet made of raw concrete and building. That would become our beloved with A-List exemplars In the meantime, some disgust was developed around brutalist architecture, especially in the Eastern world. It was associated with poverty and oppression rather than pragmatism.
Fortunately, a new century began and a generation of artists, architects, designers, and techies started to recognize the historical value of brutalist architecture. This new generation of creatives brings back the best of brutalist design. In brutalist architecture, brutalist interior design, brutalist furniture, and even brutalist web design, pragmatism, organicism, clean lines, and raw materials reign. Source: Hommes Studio