THE END OF HISTORY
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Wednesday, October 26, 2016
William Plunkett (1928-2013) made a memorable and lasting contribution to postwar British design in the the 1960s as an artist and furniture designer, some of his designs are still being manufactured
today. Working in a Modernist idiom but in a highly individual style,
he combined engineering skills with sculptural flair to create striking
metal-framed seating and tables that won a string of design awards.
Our sculpture is a one of a kind bronze abstract piece signed and dated 1963, 23 inches tall.
William Plunkett on one of his signature designs the WP01 lounge chair, designed in 1966 and manufactured by his own firm.