Sehpa 4 - Coffee Table 4
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Title
Sehpa 4 - Coffee Table 4
Creator
Sadi Öziş, İlhan Koman, Neşet Günal
Description
1950'lerin sonlarında, İlhan Koman, Sadi Öziş ve Neşet Günal tarafından tasarlanmış olan sehpa, Neşet Günal`ın tasarımı olan boncuklarla hazırlanmış tabla deseni ile dikkat çekmektedir. Demir profil ayakların desteklediği sehpa, Kare Metal`in öne çıkan ürünlerindendir. - The coffee table, designed by İlhan Koman, Sadi Öziş and Neşet Günal in the late 1950s, draws attention with the table pattern prepared with beads designed by Neşet Günal. Supported by iron profile legs, the coffee table is among the distinguished products of Kare Metal.
Note
Gökhan Karakuş'la yapılan araştırma sonucu hazırlanmıştır - Based on the Research commissioned to Gökhan Karakuş
Coverage
Galeri T dönemi - Galeri T period
Subject
Location
Öziş Ailesi - Öziş Family
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/70182
Collections
Type
Format
Siyah beyaz - Black & White
Number of Scanned Documents
1
Identifier
TKMMOB017
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Öziş Ailesi - Öziş Family
Accrual Method
Donation

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