1950s Mathieu Matégot black metal serving table on casters with metal mesh top and a low glass shelf.
The recipient of just about every award and accolade in the business--including Architectural Digest's AD 100--Vicente Wolf has been at the top of the Manhattan design industry for more than 35 years. From a spacious light-filled loft, Wolf and his team build on a passion for design driven by integrity, simplicity, and a global aesthetic. As the head of two companies, VW Home by Vicente Wolf and Vicente Wolf Associates, his portfolio runs the gamut from residences to hotels, restaurants to product design for Baccarat, Henredon, Ralph Pucci, and more.
French brass bar cart with removable black lacquered
wood tray and beveled glass shelves, circa 1940. The front drops open with a suspension chain resting a vitrine-like case for decanters and glassware. Age wear to the brass.
Mossy green and earthy brown marble and granite
tiles are used to construct the mosaic top on this chic outdoor piece. Resting on wheels, this is part serving cart and part wine rack, featuring ample space to place wine bottles ...
Brown and beige toned marble and travertine tiles
form the chic mosaic pattern on this versatile outdoor piece. Resting on wheels, this piece is part serving cart and part wine rack, featuring ample space to place wine bottles on the ...