1. Eileen Gray Adjustable Cocktail Table E 1027
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Eileen Gray Adjustable Cocktail Table E 1027

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  • Compact and functional
  • Height adjustable
  • High-quality glass and chrome

Eileen Gray Adjustable Cocktail Table E 1027

The Adjustable Table E 1027 is one of the most popular design icons of the 20th century. Its ingenious proportions and distinctive form have made it a sought-after piece for the home or office. Designed in 1927, the table takes its name from Eileen Gray’s summer holiday house, E 1027 - Maison en Bord de Mer. The symmetry of the forms and innovative design create the artistic look of this piece. It is compact and the height adjustable which makes it a functional table for any occasion.

ItaliaDesigns produces the classic design with a clear glass tabletop and a chrome frame.

Additional Information

SKU 996
Weight 20.0000
Height 55 - 68 cm
Diameter 50 cm

About the Designer

Eileen Gray

Eileen Gray

Lauded as a pioneer of the Modern Movement in architecture and design, Kathleen Eileen Moray Gray was born into an aristocratic family near Enniscorthy, a market town in south-eastern Ireland. An artistic flair was encouraged by her parents at a young age and she was fortunate enough to travel with her father extensively on painting tours of Italy and Switzerland.
Gray became intrigued by the Art Nouveau philosophy whilst studying at the Slade School of Fine Art in London. She was a huge fan of the work of Glaswegian Charles Rennie Mackintosh, an influence which is apparent within her pieces.
Having spent the majority of her adulthood being influenced by her surroundings in Paris and southern France, Eileen Gray’s designs are considered as modern furniture classics. Vogue magazine and Yves Saint Laurent are noted fans of her work; whilst a piece designed by Gray was recently sold at auction in Paris for 21.9 million euros, setting a record for 20th century decorative art.