Slender Glass and Gilt Bronze Waterfall Console by Leon Rosen for Pace

Slender Glass and Gilt Bronze Waterfall Console by Leon Rosen for Pace


Slender glass and gilt bronze waterfall console by Leon Rosen for Pace Collection. Beautiful minimal design. Great as a console or a sofa table. The Pace Collection was a high-end contemporary furniture company in business from 1960 to 2001. The company was founded by Irving and Leon Rosen in New York City. The showroom was located in Manhattan on East 62nd Street to offer its fine furniture and services to the contract interior design trade. The Pace Collection advertised in numerous architectural and interior design magazines. The Pace Collection line of desks, tables and cabinets was distinguished by the unique Rosen style employing rich, exotic wood veneers having high-gloss finishes with polished stainless steel, chrome or brass trim. In 1985, the Rosen partnership ended. Leon Rosen commissioned New York architect Steven Holl to design a new showroom. This showroom, which opened in 1986, was located on the corner of Madison Avenue and East 72nd Street. Holl received the American Institute of Architects (AIA) award for best architectural design in New York in 1986 for the new Pace Collection showroom. Holl also designed several furniture pieces for The Pace Collection.

H 27 in. x W 56 in. x D 15 in.

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