The story behind Twenty First Gallery in New York dates back over 20 years. The art gallery‘s selection of pieces can be found in interiors all around the world, from Los Angeles, through Gstaadm, and all the way to Hong Kong.
In this article, MCT looks at their current selection of console tables which take many forms and styles.
The Sonate console table was designed back in 2005 by Hubert Le Gall. Its elegant form is complemented with simple finishes: High gloss lacquer surface. and gold leaf base. Available in 3 lengths – 90 to 180cm – this limited edition piece ensures a timeless character in terms of design and quality.
The GK console is a remarkable piece of art furniture, where the artist Erwan Boulloud resorted to using steel and concrete in a geometric patchwork on the console table’s surface. The GK is a unique piece and was designed in 2009.
The Consertina console table by Julian Mayor is made from polished stainless steel to achieve a mirror effect. Welded joints in original burnt/oxidized form, portraying character and genuineness.
This modern console table, made from steel, is highly expressive and features a wide range of geometric forms. Designed French designer Mathilde Penicaud, the Console, is made to a limited edition of 3 and comes signed and dated.
The Chateau Bouscaut was created in 2012 by Helene De Saint Lager. This unique piece has a base in silver-plated rebar and its top has grape leaf and crushed label inclusions.
The Ossolet console table is a limited edition piece, of 20, created in 2015 by Jean-Marc Lelouch. Made entirely out of polished bronze, this art furniture is a true statement piece.
Emmanuel Babled created the Osmosi Furniture 5 console table back in 2013. Made from Carrara c marble and hand-blown Murano glass, this Limited Edition of 6 is also signed and numbered.
These next two creations are both from the incredibly talented product designer, Hubert Le Gall. The Picorette was created in 2019, while the Thalassa was created in 2016. Both made out of marble, these console tables are also part of limited edition collections.
The Rough Slipt is a 2017 creation by artist Julian Mayor. Varnished and made from dark blue steel, this console table is part of a Limited Edition of 10. This exquisite art furniture is signed and numbered.