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Crate Table

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Design by Gerrit Rietveld, 1934. By Wilhelmina Collection.  When originally introduced, the Crate Table was made of wood from the shipping crates, hence the name Crate Table. Today the Crate Table is made from high-quality beech wood.... Read More
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Overview

Design by Gerrit Rietveld, 1934.
By Wilhelmina Collection.

When originally introduced, the Crate Table was made of wood from the shipping crates, hence the name Crate Table. Today the Crate Table is made from high-quality beech wood. The design is simple which lends it an aura of tranquility. Each Crate Table is fitted with a chip, a number and an associated certificate. Available in seven colors: Transparent Varnish, Untreated, Red, Blue or Black.

The Crate Table by Wilhelmina Collection has been around for over 80 years due in part to its uncomplicated design and versatility. Available in seven colors: Transparent Varnish, Untreated, Red, Blue or Black. A Gerrit Rietveld design.

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Specifications

Material(s): Beech wood

Dimensions: 19.3" W X 19.3" D X 17.7" H

Models

RCCT-TRANS RCCT-RED RCCT-BLUE RCCT-BLACK

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Gerrit Rietveld

Designer: Gerrit Rietveld

Born in Utrecht in 1888, the Dutch designer, architect and painter Gerrit Rietveld spent his entire life in the city of his birth. The son of a carpenter, Gerrit Rietveld was employed in his father's workshop until he was fifteen. Until 1913 Gerrit Rietveld was employed as a draftsman in the workshop of the goldsmith C.J.A. Begeer. From 1906, Gerrit Rietveld also attended evening courses, where he learned technical draftsmanship from the architect P.J.C. Klaarhamer.

Gerrit Rietveld was a member of the group of artists known as Kunstliefde, with whom he also showed work. In 1917 Gerrit Rietveld established a furniture workshop in Utrecht. By 1919, however, Gerrit Rietveld had joined Theo van Doesburg, Piet Mondrian, and other artists to found "De Stijl"; Rietveld would become one of the most important and influential artists in that celebrated group.

In 1928 Gerret Rietveld became a member of the Congrès International d'Architecture Moderne (CIAM). As an architect plant, Gerrit Rietveld designed many buildings and interiors. His biggest project, however, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, was not completed until nine years after he died in 1964.

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Wilhelmina Collection

Manufacturer: Wilhelmina Collection

Wilhelmina Collection. Producing everyday objects that are both functional and unusual.

Offering an assortment of unique products for the modern consumer, the Wilhelmina Collection has designs that are modeled after everyday iconic objects that are simple, beautiful, humorous and poetic. The Wilhelmina Collection, a Dutch-based manufacturer, is recognized globally for their espressionism in the modern decor movement. Featuring home decor, tableware, furniture and more, the modern enthusiast will be pleased with the diversity of all Wilhelmina designs.

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