Reform Gallery is an LA-based testament to Gerard O’Brien’s subjective and scholarly approach to design. With a focus on California Modernism and the artists and craftsmen of the movement, Reform Gallery houses an important collection of the best (and, all too often, unsung) designers of this influential era in design. The Landing, a new microgallery-within-a-gallery, showcases fine art from the same era. A collector of California Modern design elements for more than 20 years, O’Brien lives in LA with his wife and three children.
Channeling the simplicity and beauty of nature, this
sleek coffee table features an iron frame crafted to resemble a synced bail of hay. A clear glass top lets you appreciate the sculptural base from all angles.
1920s steamer trunk coffee table. Solid fiber and
rivet construction over poplar. Heavy-weight cast iron hardware. All original with newly refitted harness-grade leather twin belts and hand-stitched leather side handles. Screw-on oak legs.
A highly detailed display of craftsmanship, this elegant
coffee table is made of hand-chiseled iron and then plated in copper and nickel and flash-dyed for long-lasting luster and warmth. Two stacked marble surfaces complete the design with a touch of ...