Design inspired by artwork by Salvador Dalí: ‘Femme à tête de roses’ (1935). Legs in cast varnished brass or black patina not varnished (Black Label).
Table top in brushed and varnished brass or black patina (Black Label). Carrara marble egg on top or Nero Marquina marble egg (Black Label).
As we are treating artisanal processes, the small pores or irregularities on the surface are natural to the material (brass), adding value to the piece and
are never considered to be defects.
Legs in cast varnished brass.
Table top in brushed and varnished brass.
Carrara marble egg on top.
51 x 190 x 61 h. cm — 20 x 75 x 24 h. in
© Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, Figueres, 2022
Artworks by Salvador Dalí: © Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, VEGAP, Barcelona, 2022
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BD continued in 1975 to produce furniture that Antoni Gaudí designed for his Batlló and Calvet houses, following exactly the same production processes that were implemented with the first pieces. The launching of the collection of furniture and lamps by Salvador Dalí in 1991 marked a milestone. For the first time, objects designed by Dalí were made for functional
use (unlike the sculptures) and other furniture was extracted from the artist’s paintings.
This catalog gathers all of the objects in our collection which are closer to art than design. All of the pieces presented here are manufactured by artisans, are limited editions, or are produced in small numbered quantities. Recent additions that measure up to
the aforementioned authors are Fernando and Humberto Campana, Jaime Hayon, Ettore Sottsass, and Doshi Levien