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Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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 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 Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Iron

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 Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Iron

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 Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Stone, Iron

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 Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Hardwood

Rustic Solid Wood Naga Coffee Table, India Early 20th Century
Located in Utrecht, NL
Naga coffee tables are a fusion of artistry and functionality. Handcrafted with utmost care, these unique pieces become a captivating centrepiece tha...
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Early 20th Century Indian Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Wood

Belgium Marc D'haenens Pink Round Coffee Table, Quartz and Brass
Located in London, GB
This brutalist vintage coffee table was designed by Belgian artist Marc D'haenens and made in his own atelier in the 1970's. Marc d’Haenens was a Belgian artist, in the same line as ...
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1970s Belgian Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Brass

Vintage Set Forged Bronze Tables Attributed Lothar Klute, 1980s, Germany
Located in Saarbrücken, SL
Brutalist tables made of forged bronze and cast glass from the 1980s This forging process of bronze is a bronze alloy developed by Lothar Klute. In modern times, the production of s...
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1980s German Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Bronze

French Antique Oak Brutalist Coffee Table, 1920s.
Located in Eindhoven, Noord Brabant
A stunning rural brutalist coffee table handmade in France around the twenties. The table top is removable from the base and has a thickness of 3.54 inches. In very good condition ...
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1920s French Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Oak

Modern Brutal Black Oak Piramid Pedestal Coffee Table
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This modern solid oak coffee table with a triangular base and a dramatic black aesthetic finish, gives every space you place it a modern and unique look. Inspired in 1970´s Brutali...
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2010s Mexican Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Oak

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 Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Hardwood

Large Solid Walnut Wooden Hari Coffee Table
Located in Amsterdam, NL
Japanese aesthetics combined with brutalist volumes. The Hari Table is a solid wooden coffee table with asymmetric legs and generous proportions, inspired by traditional Japanese arc...
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21st Century and Contemporary Dutch Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Oak, Walnut

Brutalist Solid Walnut Wooden Hari Coffee Table
Located in Amsterdam, NL
Japanese aesthetics combined with brutalist volumes. The Hari Table is a solid wooden coffee table with asymmetric legs and generous proportions, inspired by traditional Japanese arc...
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21st Century and Contemporary Dutch Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Oak, Walnut

Brutalist solid oak slatted coffee table, Netherlands 1960s
Located in ECHT, NL
Handcrafted slatted coffee table. Made from solid oak. The oak slats are connected to each other with wooden dowels. Dark stained wood with signs of use and wear consistent with age....
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Mid-20th Century Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Oak

French brutalist coffee table, turned legs, circa 1960
Located in LYON, FR
Small coffee table on its 4 turned legs. Typical of French popular art, it can be used as a pedestal table, small coffee table or small console. Dimensions: L70 x D39 x H47 cm
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1960s European Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Pine

Solid Wood Coffee Table, Italy 1960s
Located in Argelato, BO
Mid-century Italian solid wood table, Italy 1960s
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1960s Italian Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Wood

Small Concrete Top with Fig Leaf Imprints
Located in Cazadero, CA
A 24" diameter, 1" thick concrete top with fig leaf impressions in reds and browns, showing incredible botanical detail. Great for indoor or out, for a bistro or side table. Made wit...
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2010s American Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Concrete

Concrete Top with Gingko Leaf Imprints
Located in Cazadero, CA
A 24" diameter, 1" thick concrete top with ginko leaf impressions in wine and yellow-orange, showing incredible botanical detail wit ha swirling pattern. Great for indoor or out, for...
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2010s American Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Concrete

Brutalist Round Coffee Table in Black Stone Look Resin
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Cocktail table, resin, Northern-Europe, 1970s. This deep black robust coffee or cocktail table is from the 1970s. The thick round top is supported by a similar but smaller round col...
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1970s European Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Resin

Concrete Top with Brown Speckled Pattern
Located in Cazadero, CA
A 30" diameter, 1" thick concrete top with a speckled brown and white pattern reminiscent of Pollock. Suitable for indoor or out, for a bistro or side table. Made with GFRC (glass fi...
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2010s American Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Concrete

Architectural Solid Oak Wooden Hari Coffee Table
Located in Amsterdam, NL
Japanese aesthetics combined with brutalist volumes. The Hari Table is a solid wooden coffee table with asymmetric legs and generous proportions, inspired by traditional Japanese arc...
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21st Century and Contemporary Dutch Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Oak, Walnut

Brutalist Square Slate Stone White Agate Coffee Table by Paul Kingma
Located in DE MEERN, NL
Brutalist coffee table designed and made by Paul Kingma, The Netherlands 1991. Introducing the Brutalist Round Coffee Table by renowned sculptor Paul Kingma, crafted in the Netherla...
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1990s Dutch Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Agate, Multi-gemstone, Concrete, Slate, Metal, Brass

Solid oak wabi sabi coffee table, Netherlands 1960s
Located in ECHT, NL
Brutalist wabi sabi coffee table. Heavy craftfully made piece with a great natural look. It will fit in every interior. Made from solid reclaim...
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Mid-20th Century Dutch Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Oak

Brutalist Square Coffee Table in Textured Stone Look Resin
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Cocktail or coffee table, resin, Europe, 1970s. A brutalist square coffee table in resin made in the 1970s in Europe. This particular table has a very interesting partly matte finis...
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1970s European Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Resin

Round Brutalist Coffee Table, France, 1950s
Located in Antwerp, BE
Brutalist round wooden coffee table with a four-legged base, made of solid wood with a charismatic patina. Its surface provides ample space for showcasing your favourite books, treas...
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1950s French Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Wood

Vintage travertine and glass coffee table
Located in Marinha Grande, PT
Magnificent coffee table with travertine top mounted on a black painted metal structure. A glass top, 0.5 cm (0.2 in) thick, cut to measure and beveled, makes it easier to use while ...
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1970s French Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Travertine, Metal

Tavoino Paracarro Giovanni Offredi
Located in Milano, Lombardia
The Paracarro table, designed by Giovanni Offredi, is a true masterpiece that seamlessly blends functionality and aesthetic appeal. With its elegant and contemporary design, this tab...
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1970s Italian Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Cement

Paul Evans for Directional Brutalist Patchwork Coffee Table with Original Glass
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Designed by Paul Evans and built by his studio for Directional, this piece is part of the iconic Patchwork line. Made of a solid wood frame, it is overlaid with many panels of copper...
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1970s American Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Bronze, Copper, Steel, Pewter

Rustic Artisan Coffee Table, France, 1950s
Located in Antwerp, BE
Artisan brutalist wooden coffee table with a four-legged base, made of solid wood with a charismatic patina. Its rectangular surface provides ample space for displaying books, cheris...
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1950s European Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Wood

Vintage coffee table by Willy Ballez, 1970s
Located in HEVERLEE, BE
Architectural coffee table made from a solid travertine base. The table was designed by Willy Ballez. All these tables are hand made, so they are always a bit different. The mode...
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1970s Belgian Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Travertine

Rectangular Brutalist Coffee Table, France, 1950s
Located in Antwerp, BE
Long rectangular brutalist coffee table with a two-legged base, made of solid wood with a charismatic patina that exudes character. ...
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1950s French Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Wood

Brutalist Wabi Sabi Coffee Table, France, 1950s
Located in Antwerp, BE
Rustic brutalist wooden coffee table with a four-legged base, made of solid wood with a charismatic patina. Its rectangular surface provides ample space for displaying books, cherish...
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1950s French Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Wood

Vintage Brutalist ‘Lily’ Cocktail Or Coffee Table After Silas Seandel
Located in Southampton, NJ
A mid-century studio cocktail table in the brutalist style having blended metal lily’s with multiple tones including reds, blues and gold in the manner of Silas Seandel. New Hope, PA...
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Mid-20th Century American Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Brass, Bronze, Copper, Steel

Paul Kingma attributed coffee table, 1980s
Located in HEVERLEE, BE
Rare beige brutalist slate and natural stone top coffee table with inlaid brass. Good condition. Very much in the style of Paul Kingma. 1980s - Germany Height: 45cm Width: 105cm ...
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1980s German Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Stone

Very large round wabi sabi solid oak coffee table, 1950s
Located in ECHT, NL
Hand crafted solid oak coffee table. 130cm thick round top with lots of patina and relief. The four legs have been mounted through the top showing the end wood and the wedges they ar...
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Mid-20th Century Dutch Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Oak

Large Slate Top Patchwork Coffee Table by Paul Evans
Located in Palm Springs, CA
Brutalist patchwork coffee table with slate top by Paul Evans. The base is a variety of metals patchworked together to create an amazing mosaic of color and texture. Table measures ...
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1970s American Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Slate, Copper

French work, pine coffee table, abstract ceramic top, circa 1970
Located in Paris, FR
French work, pine coffee table, abstract ceramic tile top, circa 1970 Height 40 x Width 131 x Depth 60 cm Good original condition
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1970s French Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Ceramic, Wood

Mid-Century Modern Paul Evans Square Cube Patchwork Cocktail Table or End Table
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Paul Evans studio square patchwork cube table circa early 1960's in New Hope PA. It features copper, bronze and pewter cladding in a patchwork design. In very good well cared for co...
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1960s American Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Slate, Bronze, Copper, Pewter

Round Artisan Wooden Coffee Table, France, 1950s
Located in Antwerp, BE
Brutalist round wooden coffee table with a three-legged base, made of solid wood with a charismatic patina. Its surface showcases an array of shades and provides plenty of room for s...
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1950s French Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Wood

Brutalist Solid Oak Wooden Hari Coffee Table
Located in Amsterdam, NL
Japanese aesthetics combined with brutalist volumes. The Hari Table is a solid wooden coffee table with asymmetric legs and generous proportions, inspired by traditional Japanese arc...
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21st Century and Contemporary Dutch Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Oak, Walnut

Paul Kingma rectangular Coffee table , 1970’s
Located in Delft, NL
Paul Kingma rectangular Coffee table , 1970’s Dimensions: 140 cm W, 79,5cm D , 32 cm H Material: Natural stone , Metal Color: Brown , Black , Gold
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1970s Dutch Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Stone, Metal

Brutalist solid wooden Coffee table , 1970’s
Located in Delft, NL
Brutalist solid wooden Coffee table , 1970’s
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1970s Dutch Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Oak

Brutalist Rectangular Coffee Table, France, 1950s
Located in Antwerp, BE
Rustic brutalist wooden coffee table with a two-legged base, made of solid wood with a charismatic patina. Its rectangular surface provides ample space for displaying books, cherishe...
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1950s French Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Wood

Brutalist solid wooden coffee table , 1970's
Located in Delft, NL
Dimensions: 66cm D, 120cm W, 31cm H Material: Wood Color: Brown Period: 1970's
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1970s Dutch Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Wood

Charles Dudouyt Style Oak Table
Located in Santa Monica, CA
Merging the playful yet structured aesthetic of Jean Royere's "Quilles" table with the refined elegance of a 1950s Charles Dudouyt style oak table, this ...
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1950s French Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Oak

Brutalist Plaster Base Coffee Table with Glass Top, France 20th Century
Located in Chicago, IL
A vintage Brutalist French coffee table featuring a sculptural white plaster base with organic curves and a textured finish. The artful, asymmetric base is composed of two elements w...
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20th Century French Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Glass, Plaster

Majestic Schist Fossil Stone Coffee Table, antique Japanese wooden base. Unique.
Located in Forest, BE
Majestic stone coffee table. The top is made of a golden and grayish slate of schist with fossils inlays dating from the 1950's from a Belgian coffee table. The base is made of an an...
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Early 19th Century Japanese Antique Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Stone, Schist

Brutalist Travertine Coffee Table, Italy 1970s
Located in Lambertville, NJ
Anchored by two robust, sculptural blocks of travertine. Exhibiting raw textures and subtle tonal nuances, the travertine blocks are reminiscent of the iconic Brutalist aesthetic, wi...
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1970s Italian Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Travertine

artist made brutalist coffee table gold pink resin
Located in Los Angeles, CA
one of a kind, artist made, brutalist coffee table or side table. Solid birch (with bark accents and burn marks), glossy surface with gold and magenta under lacquer. Really wild, I l...
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Late 20th Century American Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Epoxy Resin, Wood, Birch, Paint

Brutalist Primitive Mosaic Stone Coffee Table
Located in Chicago, IL
c. 20th Century. Mosaic stone slate top with wood frame. Reminiscent of Scandinavian tables.
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Late 20th Century Unknown Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Stone

Brutalist Oregon Pine Coffee Table 1970s After Roland Wilhelmsson
Located in Melbourne, AU
A medium-sized coffee table in solid Oregon pine with very attractive grain. We love this table for it’s warmth, excellent proportions and organic simplicity. Our favourite desig...
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1970s Swedish Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Pine

Solid Oak Round Brutalist Coffee Table, The Netherlands 1970s
Located in Utrecht, NL
In European, and thus in Dutch mid-century furniture design, there was an early emphasis on wood as it connected everyday objects, such as furniture to nature. This rustic, solid oak...
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1970s Dutch Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Oak

Brutalist Coffee Cocktail Table with Pink Marble Top, France 1950's
Located in New York, NY
Handsome structural form and new top designed to fit.
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Mid-20th Century French Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Marble

Rustic Modern Sculptured Coffee Table in the Style of Alexandre Noll
Located in Nürnberg, Bayern
  Great table
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1950s French Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Oak

Brutalist Square Coffee Table, France, 1950s
Located in Antwerp, BE
Rustic square brutalist coffee table with a four-legged base, crafted from solid wood with an inviting patina. The square surface offers space for objects like books, magazines, and ...
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1950s French Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Wood

Silas Seandel-Style Brutalist Coffee Table with Painted and Gilt Finish, 1970s
Located in San Francisco, CA
A very striking and uncommon Brutalist steel coffee table done in the manner of Silas Seandel, Marc Creates, or Curtis Jeré, with hand-painted and gilt finish and original glass top....
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1970s American Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Metal, Steel

Paul Evans 1967 Brutalist Welded Metal Bowtie Pyramid Coffee Cocktail Table
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Amazing signed Paul Evans 1967 welded metal brutalist cocktail coffee table. As seen by the date, this is one of his older tables. Bowtie pyramid design. In excellent condition with ...
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1960s American Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Metal

Wrought Metal Black Stone Square Coffee Table, France, 1970s
Located in Rīga, LV
Black Wabi Sabi stone tabletop with wrought metal base. Weighty item.
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1970s French Vintage Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Stone, Iron

Brutalist Steel and Brass Faux Bamboo and Glass Coffee Table after Evans c 1970s
Located in New York, NY
Brutalist coffee table, having a faux bamboo steel and brass base, which supports a thick tempered square glass top ( 36 x 36 in. ). Executed in the style of Paul Evans, Silas Seand...
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Late 20th Century American Brutalist Coffee and Cocktail Tables

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Brass, Steel

Brutalist coffee and cocktail tables for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a broad range of unique Brutalist coffee and cocktail tables 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 coffee and cocktail tables created in this style to your space, the works available on 1stDibs include tables, more furniture and collectibles, seating and other home furnishings, frequently crafted with metal, wood and other materials. If you’re shopping for used Brutalist coffee and cocktail tables 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 coffee and cocktail tables, popular names associated with this style include Joel Escalona, Paul Evans, Mambo Unlimited Ideas, and Silas Seandel. 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 coffee and cocktail tables differ depending upon multiple factors, including designer, materials, construction methods, condition and provenance. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $330 and tops out at $64,500 while the average work can sell for $4,501.

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