Christophe Gevers (1928 – 2007) was a prominent Belgian interior architect and designer. He designed the interior of a long list of restaurants, bank buildings and private interiors from the late 1960s to the 1990s. He designed furniture, lighting, accessories and jewels. His interiors and designs are pure and sophisticated, high quality made. This nice shaped table lamp is made of bent white perspex with white lacquered metal details.It is a special lamp in very good original condition. Bibliography: Loze, P., Aughuet, T., Chistophe Gevers Designer, Editions d’art Laconti, 2008, p.69.
White Perspex Table Lamp by Christophe Gevers
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Christophe Gevers (1928 – 2007) was a prominent Belgian interior architect and designer. This nice shaped table lamp is made of bent white perspex with white lacquered metal details.
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Reference number: #52731
|Dimensions||22 × 13 × 19 cm|
1059, 1101, 25
|Location of item||Belgium|
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