Paul Evans, Mirror Polished Steel 4 Cylinder Credenza, USA, 1981
A mirror polished steel cylindrical credenza designed in 1981 by Paul Evans for the Paul Evans Showroom in New York, the credenza features a unique design with ample storage space. Made with plexiglass, wood, and laminated interiors, the cylindrical console is aesthetically and practically innovative; the central cylindrical sections open to reveal stunning gold veneer interiors with three tiers of shelving while the two outer sections are split into an upper and lower section with a single central red velvet shelf. The credenza is topped with a smoke colored plexiglass. A wonderful example of Evans’ architectural and futuristic furniture pieces created at the end of his prolific career, the shimmering piece meets voluminous proportions while its surface is reflective of the glamour of the 1980s.
See: Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries and Crafting Modernism, Constance Kimmerle. p. 195
31″ H x 81″L x 20.25″D.
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