Warchavchik Tea Trolley

Designed in 1928 by Gregori Warachavichik, the WARACHAVCHIK TEA TROLLEY is a Brazilian classic. Defined by its three parallel storage shelves and the steel finishing, the trolley was originally commissioned to furnish the first Modernist House built in Brazil, on Santa Cruz street in Sāo Paolo. Available in four traditional Brazilian woods, this Etel Collection re-issue is a smart and sophisticated bar cart.

Gregori Warchavchik

$15,535 CAD

Freijo, Imbuia, Sucupira or Cedar
100cm W x 47cm D x 81cm H
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Gregori Warchavchik

Gregori Warchavchik

Born in 1896 in Odessa, Ukraine, Warchavchik moved to Brazil in 1923 and published the country’s first manifesto on Modern architecture. He’s known as the country’s earliest Modernist architect. An important pioneer in the development of Brazilian Modern design, he criticized the use of ornaments, favoring instead solid straight lines. He created modern and functional pieces that still carried a sensual and poetic quality.

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