Edward Geluk (born 1951) is an interior architect and furniture designer who trained at the Academy for Visual Arts and Design in Enschede. He subsequently taught architecture there whilst running his own practice. A preference for basic and elementary shapes in his playful designs align his work somewhere between modernism and Memphis style. This Piccolo side table for ArCo (shorthand for Arnold Cornelius van Ast) is made from a powder coated metal and is strong example of a postmodern aesthetic. The one on the way has been faithfully restored.
W38 H50cm. Table top D30cm