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Brutalist Furniture

BRUTALIST STYLE

The design of brutalist furniture encompasses that which is crafted, hewn and worked by hand — an aesthetic rebuke (or, at least, a counterpoint) to furniture that is created using 21st-century materials and technology. Lately, the word “brutalist” has been adopted by the realms of furniture design and the decorative arts to refer to chairs, cabinets, tables and accessory pieces such as mirror frames and lighting that are made of rougher, deeply textured metals and other materials that are the visual and palpable antithesis of the sleek, smooth and suave. 

ORIGINS OF BRUTALIST FURNITURE DESIGN

CHARACTERISTICS OF BRUTALIST FURNITURE DESIGN 

  • Use of industrial materials — tubular steel, concrete, glass, granite
  • Prioritizes functionalism, minimalism and utilization of negative space
  • Spare silhouettes, pronounced geometric shapes
  • Stripped-down, natural look; rugged textures, modular construction
  • Interiors featuring airy visual flow and reliance on neutral palettes

BRUTALIST FURNITURE DESIGNERS TO KNOW

VINTAGE BRUTALIST FURNITURE ON 1STDIBS

The term brutalism — which derives from the French word brut, meaning “raw” — was coined by architecture critic Reyner Banham to describe an architectural style that emerged in the 1950s featuring monumental buildings, usually made of unornamented concrete, whose design was meant to project an air of strength and solidity.

Le Corbusier essentially created the brutalist style; its best-known iterations in the United States are the Whitney Museum of American Art, which was designed by Marcel Breuer, and Paul Rudolph's Yale Art and Architecture Building. The severe style might have been the most criticized architectural movement of the 20th century, even if it was an honest attempt to celebrate the beauty of raw material. But while the brutalist government buildings in Washington, D.C., seemingly bask in their un-beauty, brutalist interior design and decor is much more lyrical, at times taking on a whimsical, romantic quality that its exterior counterparts lack.

Paul Evans is Exhibit A for brutalist furniture design. His Sculpture Front cabinets laced with high-relief patinated steel mounts have become collector's items nonpareil, while the chairs, coffee table and dining table in his later Cityscape series and Sculpted Bronze series for Directional Furniture are perhaps the most expressive, attention-grabbing pieces in American modern design. Other exemplary brutalist designers are Silas Seandel, the idiosyncratic New York furniture designer and sculptor whose works in metal — in particular his tables — have a kind of brawny lyricism, and Curtis Jere, a nom-de-trade for the California team of Curtis Freiler and Jerry Fels, the bold makers of expressive scorched and sheared copper and brass mirror frames and wall-mounted sculptures.

Brutalist furniture and sculptures remain popular with interior designers and can lend unique, eccentric, human notes to an art and design collection in any home.

Find authentic vintage brutalist chairs, coffee tables, decorative objects and other furniture on 1stDibs.

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Style: Brutalist
Brutalist oak wood chandelier , 1970’s
Located in Delft, NL
Dimensions: 95cm Height, 56cm Diameter Condition: Good Material: Oak , plastic , brass
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1970s Dutch Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Oak

Mid-20th Century Brutalist Iron Hanukkah Lamp Menorah by David Palombo
Located in New York, NY
Hand forged, iron Hanukkah lamp Menorah in the style known as “Brutalism”, David Palombo, Jerusalem, Israel, circa 1950. David Palombo (1920-1966), was a sculptor and painter. He wa...
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Mid-20th Century Israeli Brutalist Furniture

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Iron

Brutalist Sunburst Door
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Heroic sunburst brutalist door panel in the style of Billy Joe Mccarroll and David Gillespi. It is made of cast aluminum and has an antique bronze powder coated / anodized finish. It...
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1970s Belgian Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Aluminum

A Square Brass Wall Lamp by Svend Aage Holm Sorensen, 1960s, Denmark
Located in Værløse, DK
A classic wall lamp by the Svend Aage Holm Sørensen adding an elegant touch to any modern interior. * A square, multilayered flame-cut brass wall lamp * Designer: Svend Aage Holm Sø...
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1960s Danish Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Metal, Brass

Brutalist Torch-Cut Iron Low Table with Circular Glass Top, 1970s
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Interesting handmade low table with torch-cut Iron base and a circular glass top, in the manner of Silas Seandel or Paul Evans. Great texture and negative space in the metal of the b...
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1970s American Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Iron

Sculptural Solid Oak Wooden Brut Dining Dable - Black
Located in Amsterdam, NL
The sculptural Brut Table is inspired by the architectural styles Brutalism and Amsterdam School and made out of solid hardwood. A matching bench is availab...
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21st Century and Contemporary Dutch Brutalist Furniture

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Oak, Walnut

Belgian Brutalist Bar Cabinet in Dark Oak, 1970s
Located in Zwijndrecht, Antwerp
A stunning dark brown brutalist/modernist bar cabinet with graphical doors. The continuous pattern gives this sideboard a strong and eye catching...
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1970s Belgian Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Oak

Brutalist Polychromed Copper Direct Metal Horse Sculpture! Monumental 33" wide!
Located in Peoria, AZ
Monumental! Brutalist Hand-Gilded Direct Metal Horse Sculpture 33" Wide 17" Tall Perfect for a centerpiece or on a credenza! This magnificent horse sculpture captures a horse ...
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Late 20th Century American Brutalist Furniture

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Enamel, Copper

Mid-Century Modern Brutalist Handblown Glass Table Lamp Signed Daum
By Daum
Located in New York, NY
This stunning Mid-Century Modern brutalist table lamp was hand blown by the storied atelier of Daum in Nancy, France circa 1970. It features a sculptural body with incised forms deep...
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1970s French Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Blown Glass

Wooden Zodiac Sagittarius Wall Plaque Relief Brutalist Midcentury, German, 1970s
Located in Nuernberg, DE
Beautiful wooden wall plaque relief sign, made in the Brutalist style in Germany in the 1970s. This is a wonderful Zodiac sign. This can be used as a Wall decoration or as a decorati...
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1970s German Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Plywood

Spanish Large Sunburst Eyelash Mirror in Gilt Wrought Iron
Located in Barcelona, ES
Outstanding Large scale gilt iron eyelash sunburst mirror. Spain, 1950s The frame is made is entirely made by hand with alternating hand-hammered curved and straight rays in eyelash shape. Finished in gold leaf. Gorgeous gilding and patina. This XL sunburst mirror...
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Mid-20th Century Spanish Brutalist Furniture

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Gold Leaf, Metal, Wrought Iron, Iron

Set of Six - Sculptural Solid Wood 'Mammut' Chairs - Custom Stain Option
Located in Calgary, CA
Complex, functional joinery transcends current trends making this piece a timeless addition to any interior. Chairs are crafted from solid Ash, made in Canada. This set of 6 is rea...
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2010s Canadian Brutalist Furniture

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Wood, Ash

Mid Century Brutalist Square Mirror with Brass Frame
Located in Troy, MI
Found in Italy, this brutalist style mirror dates from the 1970s. Square brass frame has a heavily textured, dark bronze colored surface with contrasting brushed brass corners. Unkn...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Brutalist Furniture

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Brass

Brutalist Wabi Sabi Dining Table, France, 19th Century
Located in Antwerp, BE
Farmhouse table from 19th-century France, exuding rustic charm with its beautiful patina and showcasing a rich history. The two drawers make this table highly practical, serving as b...
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Late 19th Century French Antique Brutalist Furniture

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Wood

Set of 6 brutalist wood and papercord dining chairs, Netherlands 1960s
Located in ECHT, NL
Set of 6 solid wood dining chairs. Designed in the style of Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanerette. The seats are handwoven with papercord. The chairs have some signs of wear consi...
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Mid-20th Century Dutch Brutalist Furniture

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Papercord, Wood

Ilana Goor Style Iron Brutalist Table Base
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Impressive large Ilana Goor style Iron coffee table base with her typical rebar type construction. Stunning Ilana Goor iron coffee table base with amazing sculptural Industrial Bruta...
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1980s American Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Iron

Biosca Spanish Sideboard in Stained Pine
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Biosca, sideboard, stained pine, Spain, 1960s. Outstanding Spanish sideboard that is executed by Biosca in a beautiful way. The door panels feature a relief surface of graphic carve...
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1960s Spanish Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Pine

Rare Floating Brutalist Sideboard, Original Edition "Niagara" from "Aurora"
Located in Waasmunster, BE
Rare Floating Brutalist Sideboard, Original Edition "Niagara" from "Aurora" made in Belgium.
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1970s Belgian Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Oak

Large Oval Wall Mirror in Solid Pine by Glasmäster Markaryd, Sweden, 1960s
Located in Odense, DK
A beautiful large oval wall mirror in solid pine. Made by Glasmäster in Markaryd, Sweden in the 1960s. A decorative object that pairs well with...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Brutalist Furniture

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Pine

Italian Vintage Chest of Drawers in Oak
Located in Houston, TX
Great looking Italian Vintage chest of drawers made out of high quality oak wood. Top is display beautiful wood grain. Chest has 3 spacious draw...
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1970s Italian Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Brass

American Wall Sculpture in Bronze Signed by Giovanni Schoeman, 1970s
Located in Morazzone, Varese
Gorgeous wall sculpture of cast bronze and other mixed metals in the Brutalist style made by Giovanni Schoeman (1940-1980s). The wall sculpture is called "Cyclone" and shows an imaginary city of futuristic skyscrapers with few people. Many impressive details. Schoeman was a South African sculptor...
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1970s American Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Metal, Bronze

Mid-Century Brutalist Chandelier by Tom Greene
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Spectacular Mid-Century brutalist Chandelier designed by Tom Greene. It doesn’t have any label or stamp of designer. It has been manufactured in the 1960s.It’s made of wood, brass a...
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1960s American Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Brass, Copper

Pia Manu Hand Crafted Coffee Table with Natural Stone Mosaic and Iron
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Pia Manu, coffee table, forged iron, ceramic and natural stone, Belgium, 1960s. This unique, handmade piece with cut and forged iron frame is designed in the workshop of Pia Manu. I...
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1960s Belgian Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Stone, Iron

Vintage Pair of Brutalist Bronze Tripod Base Floor Lamps with Goatskin Lampshade
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Spectacular pair of unique tripod base floor lamp made of bronze and goatskin lampshades. They are in vintage condition. Its lampshades has some imperfections, ( check it out in the ...
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1980s American Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Bronze

French Brutalist Sideboard with Graphic Doors in Elm
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Sideboard, elm, France, 1970s This sideboard is a good example of excellent woodworking by virtue of the graphical designed doors adding a wonderful rhythmic and haptic surface to t...
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1970s French Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Elm

Brutalist Wooden Side Table
Located in Brussels , BE
Very beautiful coffee/side table.
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Mid-20th Century Brutalist Furniture

Materials

Wood

Julian Schnabel Brutalist Style Silver Studded Console or Wall Mirror , a Pair
Located in Plainview, NY
A very stylish pair of brutalist style studded silver mirrors designed by Julian Schnabel ( American, 1951). The mirrors are a limited edition designed by the artist for the historical Gramercy...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Brutalist Furniture

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Metal

Mid-Century Modern Brutalist Ceramic Table Lamp
Located in San Francisco, CA
Our Mid-Century Modern Brutalist Ceramic Table Lamp has a beautiful brown glaze over the 3 dimensional, bas-relief design on the front an...
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Mid-20th Century Brutalist Furniture

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Ceramic

21st Century Studio Irvine Concrete Moodboard 100% Handmade Cement in Italy
Located in Rome, Lazio
A metaphysical view to show colors, texture and a preview of Fusto collection by Studio Irvine for Forma & Cemento. A framework made in concrete with For...
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2010s Italian Brutalist Furniture

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Concrete

Early Volcanic Brutalist Plaster Lamp
Located in Garnerville, NY
Tactile chalk/plaster body table lamp with finial. Amazing surface, circa 1960. Possibly French origin. Gray body with white "cobweb" like decoration highlighted with a rope like acc...
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1960s French Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Plaster

Huge Sunburst Perforated Flush Mount Light Fixture in Gilt Iron ( 36 in )
Located in Barcelona, ES
Monumental Brutalist Sunburst Flush Mount, Wrought Iron, Gold Leaf XXL Sunburst light fixture with perforated holes at the central plate and nail details. Spain, 1950s. One of a kind...
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20th Century Spanish Brutalist Furniture

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Wrought Iron, Iron, Gold Leaf

Belgian Brutalist Sideboard in Dark Stained Mahogany
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Sideboard or credenza, stained mahogany, Belgium, 1970s. This cabinet features a clear rhythm and flow established by means of a well-thought-out lay out that is utterly well-balanc...
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1970s Belgian Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Wood, Mahogany

In Stock - Bastogne Walnut Single Slab FIJN Dining Table
Located in Calgary, CA
A single slab of California exhibition-grade Bastogne walnut set atop oversized legs set in a brutalist stance. Handcrafted from one of our "unicorn"...
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21st Century and Contemporary Canadian Brutalist Furniture

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Steel

Svend Aage Holm Sørensen Brass Hanging Lamp 1960s
Located in HEILOO, NL
Beautiful brutalist hanging lamp from the 1960s made of brass in the shape of an onion. Designed by Svend Aage Holm Sørensen model 6395. The lamp is ma...
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1960s Danish Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Brass

Monumental Brutalist Owl, Mid-Century Modern, Italy
Located in Buffalo, NY
Wonderful Brutalist owl sculpture, handmade, copper and brass, modernist, signed Italy.
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Mid-20th Century Italian Brutalist Furniture

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Brass, Copper

4 Brutalist Wabi Sabi Dutch Hammerhead Barstools Solid Oak
Located in Boven Leeuwen, NL
Crafted from solid oak in the 1970s, these four barstools are a testament to the enduring quality of vintage furniture. Featuring a distinctive hammerhead back design, these barstools exude a sense of sophistication and charm. The gently curved top rail, reminiscent of a hammerhead shark's distinctive shape, adds a unique touch to their overall aesthetic. Each barstool has been meticulously crafted by skilled artisans, ensuring durability and longevity. The solid oak construction provides exceptional strength, making these barstools both reliable and robust for daily use. The rich, warm tones of the oak wood add a touch of natural beauty to any space, enhancing the overall ambiance of your home, bar, or kitchen. The ergonomic design of the barstools offers optimal comfort, allowing you and your guests to sit back and relax for extended periods. Whether you are creating a cozy corner in your home or setting up a stylish bar area, these vintage oak barstools...
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1970s Dutch Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Oak

Brutalist frontdoor aluminium bronzed sculptural door
Located in Zevenaar, NL
Fantastic brutalist aluminium front door in Brutalist style. Design of the 1960s. Measurements: 195cm 95 cm Very heavy. Cast aluminium top, looks like bronze. Can really be used a...
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20th Century German Brutalist Furniture

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Aluminum, Bronze

French Brutalist Oak Coffee Table, in the style of Pierre Chapo, 1950s, Handmade
Located in Forest, BE
Very unique oak handmade massive slays of tree. The top is patinated and shows various shades of brown/brownish colors and honey tones. Elegant and brutalist describe that table properly. The height is 31.5 cm and is 86 cm x 66 cm. Very strong table. Lovely coffee table. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pierre Chapo est né dans le 19e arrondissement de Paris, mais en 1937 la famille s'installe à Vierzon, dans le Cher, le jeune homme s'essaie à la peinture. Puis rencontre en 1947 un charpentier de marine; dans son atelier il découvre le travail du bois, et décide de s'inscrire à l'École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts, section architecture avec Henri Larrieu et Louis Aublet. Les études sont entrecoupées de voyages vers les pays scandinaves, du service militaire en Allemagne, ainsi que d'un périple d'un an en Amérique centrale et un stage dans un cabinet d'architectes en Arizona. De retour en France, Pierre Chapo poursuit le travail du bois essentiellement le chêne, le frêne et l'orme massif qu'il articule avec le double intérêt qu'il porte au design contemporain et au savoir-faire de l'artisanat traditionnel. Après quelques années, il ouvre une galerie boulevard de l'Hôpital, où il expose ses réalisations ainsi que celles d'autres créateurs comme Isamu Noguchi avec lequel il partage une approche sculpturale et organique, il reçoit ses premières commandes parmi lesquelles un lit simple demandé par Samuel Beckett. En 1960, lors de l'exposition Arts et techniques de l'artisanat, son travail est reconnu par la ville de Paris dont il reçoit la Médaille d'or. Puis c'est le développement de l'atelier de fabrication de meubles, à Clamart et la participation à plusieurs projets avec des fabricants et des aménagements avec différents architectes-maitres d’œuvre dont le travail de certains comme Charlotte Perriand pour la station des Arcs l’influencera6 et dont il éditera plus tard une table basse. En 1967, il expose au Salon des artistes décorateurs et remporte la Médaille de bronze de la Société d'encouragement à l'art et à l'industrie9. Cette même année, il s'installe à Gordes et y crée sa société et son usine qui vend et fabrique les meubles audacieux et robustes, en bois massif qu'il dessine, tout en conservant l'atelier de Clamart et la boutique de Paris, étendant son réseau avec des dépositaires à Bruxelles et dans plusieurs villes de France...
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Mid-20th Century French Brutalist Furniture

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Hardwood

Italian Oak Wood Sideboard with Hand Carved Patterns and Travertine Marble Top
Located in Ibiza, Spain
Hand-carved oak wood sideboard with five folding doors and interior central shelf. Top made of 3 cm thick travertine marble. Robust recessed socket. Measurements: W 260 x D 49 x H 7...
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2010s Italian Brutalist Furniture

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Travertine, Marble

French Brutalist Oak Coffee Table, Freeform, 1950s, Handmade
Located in Forest, BE
Very unique oak handmade massive slay of tree. It is a free form shape. The top is patinated and shows various shades of brown/brownish colors and honey tones. Elegant and brutalist ...
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Mid-20th Century French Brutalist Furniture

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Hardwood

Wrought Iron Chandelier, France
Located in Antwerp, BE
French wrought iron chandelier has six candelabra arms. This chandeliers would work beautiful over a pool table, kitchen island, dining table, bar, or entrance hall. Diameter 33.4...
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Late 19th Century French Antique Brutalist Furniture

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Brass, Wrought Iron, Copper

Pair Bespoke Brutalist Style Oak Chests with Travertine Tops Cabinets without
Located in Troy, MI
New and custom made for us in England, this pair of cabinets feature travertine tops and sculptural, cubist/brutalist - style fronts. Each cabinet has two hinged doors that open to r...
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2010s English Brutalist Furniture

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Travertine

Danish Mid Century Modern, Dining Chair in Pine & Lambswool, 1970s
Located in Odense, DK
A neat brutalist dining chair in solid pine, reupholstered seat and back in a great quality shearling lambswool. Made by a Danish Cabinetmaker in the 1970s. This chair has a really...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Brutalist Furniture

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Lambskin, Pine

Brutalist Swag Pendant Light Lamp Tom Greene Brass Feldman Co Mid-Century Modern
Located in Wayne, NJ
Brutalist Swag Pendant Light Lamp Tom Greene Brass Feldman Co. This plugs into a wall outlet. It has approx 13' Cord/chain.
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1960s Vintage Brutalist Furniture

Materials

Brass

1960s Brutalist British Bernard Rooke Cylindrical Abstract Glazed Pottery Vase
Located in London, GB
A large 1960s vintage Studio Pottery early brutalist cylindrical ceramic vase by British ceramicist Bernard Rooke. The upper two-thirds features an incised abstract design which is ...
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Mid-20th Century British Brutalist Furniture

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Ceramic, Pottery

Raf Verjans Mosaic Aluminum Wall Sculpture
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Brutalist mosaic aluminum and brass wall sculpture/ decor by Belgian artist Raf Verjans.
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1960s Belgian Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Aluminum, Brass

Large Sculptural Danish Ceramic Wall Sconce, Danish Mid-Century Modern, 1970s
By Knabstrup, Axella Stentøj, Ege Dagnaes
Located in Odense, DK
Some large Danish ceramic wall lamps from the 1970s, attributed to the Danish company Axella. The decorative wall lamp is made in ceramic and has ...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Brutalist Furniture

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Ceramic, Stoneware

Brutalist Bar Cabinet on Wheels, attributed to De Coene, Belgian design, 1970s
Located in Antwerpen, BE
Bar cabinet attributed to De Coene, Belgium, 1970’s. This black lacquered cabinet offers you space to store your liquor. From compact to wide with an easy movement. The graphic door...
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1970s Belgian Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Wood

Sculptural Solid Oak Wooden Fenestra Bench in Warm Brown
Located in Amsterdam, NL
The Fenestra bench takes cues from Brutalism and Amsterdam School architecture and made out of solid hardwood. The bench is designed to match the Fenestra dining table but is also as...
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21st Century and Contemporary Dutch Brutalist Furniture

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Oak, Walnut

1960s Alberto Giacometti Inspired Brutalist Bronze Chess Set. Italy
Located in Silvolde, Gelderland
Wonderful vintage 1960s era artisan handcrafted bronze Brutalist / Modernist chess set in the style of Italian Alberto Giacometti. The hammered brass and copper board and the brass ...
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1960s Italian Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Brass

Liza Monk (1906-?) Brutalist nail sculpture of Hercules WPA artist based in CA
Located in Bridgehampton, NY
Brutalist sculpture of Hercules by Liza Monk - Los Angeles based WPA artist. Heavy and welded pieces of metal/ nails.
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Mid-20th Century American Brutalist Furniture

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Metal

Brutalist Oak Bar Stools, French c. 1960s
Located in Wembley, GB
A set of four brutalist oak bar stools. French, c. 1970. Stock ref. #2377 All in good sturdy order with minimal wear. Height: 77.5 cm (30.5 ") Seat diameter: 30 cm (11.8 ")
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1960s French Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Oak

Brutalist Naive Two-Seater Sofa, France, 1940s
Located in Antwerp, BE
Brutalist naive two-seater sofa, a fusion of rugged elegance and modern comfort. Made from the finest Alpine Oregon pine sourced from the majestic Pyrenees Mountains, this sofa exude...
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1940s French Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Fabric, Wood

Brutalist Naive Lounge Chairs, France, 1940s
Located in Antwerp, BE
Brutalist naive lounge chairs, a fusion of rugged elegance and modern comfort. Made from the finest Alpine Oregon pine sourced from the majestic Pyrenees Mountains, these armchairs e...
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1940s French Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Fabric, Wood

Beautiful Steel Handmade Brutalist Flower Vase, German, 1970s
Located in Nuernberg, DE
Beautiful flower vase made in Germany, circa 1970s. Made of steel, has some nice patina, but this is old-age. Diameter on top approx. 1.75". A beautiful piece for any room. Found at ...
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1970s German Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Steel

Brutalist Graphical Sideboard by Aurora - Belgium 1970s
Located in MOOKHOEK, NL
The graphical sideboard from Aurora stands as a testament to the intersection of art and technology, offering a mesmerizing glimpse into the realm of visual creativity. Crafted with ...
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1970s Belgian Vintage Brutalist Furniture

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Oak

Brutalist Graphical Cabinet by Aurora - Belgium 1970s
Located in MOOKHOEK, NL
he graphical cabinet from Aurora stands as a testament to the intersection of art and technology, offering a mesmerizing glimpse into the realm of visual creativity. Crafted with pre...
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1970s Belgian Vintage Brutalist Furniture

Materials

Oak

Wood Wool Sheep Sculpture 1970s
Located in Čelinac, BA
Wood Wool Sheep 1970s
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1970s Swedish Vintage Brutalist Furniture

Materials

Wool, Wood

Brutalist furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a broad range of unique Brutalist furniture for sale on 1stDibs. Many of these items were first offered in the 21st Century and Contemporary, but contemporary artisans have continued to produce works inspired by this style. If you’re looking to add vintage furniture created in this style to your space, the works available on 1stDibs include tables, decorative objects, lighting and other home furnishings, frequently crafted with metal, wood and other materials. If you’re shopping for used Brutalist furniture made in a specific country, there are Europe, North America, and United States pieces for sale on 1stDibs. While there are many designers and brands associated with original furniture, popular names associated with this style include Sóha, Paul Evans, Joel Escalona, and David Marshall. It’s true that these talented designers have at times inspired knockoffs, but our experienced specialists have partnered with only top vetted sellers to offer authentic pieces that come with a buyer protection guarantee. Prices for furniture differ depending upon multiple factors, including designer, materials, construction methods, condition and provenance. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $29 and tops out at $450,000 while the average work can sell for $2,520.

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