As relevant today as it was when first designed by Arthur Umanoff in the 1950s, the reissued Umanoff Side Table balances walnut and brass on its rounded top and tripod-inspired frame to create a table that challenges convention. Despite its decidedly small footprint, the versatile piece makes a big impact as a mid-century modern design for piles of books, mugs of coffee or flower-filled vases. The Umanoff Side Table is available in two sizes.
- Size Description
45: H: 45 cm, Ø: 4340 cm
60: H: 60 cm, Ø: 43/40 cm
<p>Arthur Umanoff's 1964 Grenada Collection for Boyuer Scott is quite possibly the most frequently mis-attributed of all of the Boyuer Scott and Shaver Howard collections. It's vague similarities to Salterini's 1951 Tempestini designed "Scherzo" or "Ribbon" collection coupled with a sum-total lack of available documentation on the Boyuer Scott production has provided ample fodder for error and misattribution even amongst some of the most reputable and scholarly dealers.</p>