Adjustable Table E1027

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Irish-born Eileen Gray was a pioneer of modern design in the 20s and 30s, and this piece is now considered a classic, so much so that it was inducted into the MoMA’s permanent collection in 1978. The ADJUSTABLE TABLE E1027 is constructed primarily of chromate-plated tubular steel, available in black or silver, and features a clear crystal glass tabletop that can be adjusted to a variety of heights. The name is a code derived from her name and that of her collaborator, Jean Badovici: E is for Eileen, and the numbers represent letters of the alphabet: 10 for J, 2 for B, and 7 for G.

Eileen Gray

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Chromate-plated Tubular Steel in Black or Silver Clear Crystal Glass, Grey Smoked Glass or Black Lacquered Metal
102cm H x 52cm Diam
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Eileen Gray

Eileen Gray

This Irish artist was one of the pioneers who created what we now call modern design during the 1920s and 1930s.The lone woman in this pioneering Valhalla, her name is pronounced in the same breath as Le Cor­busier, Mies van der Rohe and Marcel Breuer. Her tubular steel furniture was revolutionary in its day, and is now accepted as classic. In the second stage of her creative career, Eileen Gray switched to architecture and continued producing masterpieces. She was an artist of epoch-making significance. 

Her career culminated in 1972 with her appointment by the Royal Society of Art in London, as Royal De­signer to Industry. And her legendary Adjustable Table E 1027 has been added to the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 1978. 

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