Romeo Rega atributed, Italian Brass Black Dining Table, Design Hollywood Regency, 1970s


  • Creator / Artist / Designer:Romeo Rega ( 1904 - 2068 )
  • Period:20th century , 1960 to 1980 , Mid-century
  • Country of Origin:France
  • Dimensions (H x W x D):75 x 180 x 90 cm
  • Weight:50 Kg
  • Condition:Excellent
  • Style:Design, Brutalist, Hollywood Regency
  • Materials:Brass Metal, Smoked Glass, Black Polycarbonate
  • Price:On Request


Very beautiful Italian Regency style dining table from the 1970s.
Attributed to Italian designer Roméo Réga.
Rare and quite exceptional model, particularly aesthetic.
Brass geometric structure, two vertical spacers in black plexiglass (polycarbonate).
The ext shelf consists of a black lacquered wooden covering topped with a laminated glass protection.

The whole being original.

In very good condition.


Biography:


Romeo Rega was born in 1904, Italian designer of the 1970s associated with a combination of modernism and glamor in their furniture creations. Rega embodies this style, its brand is said to have been launched on December 31, 1969, producing lights, chairs, tables and display cases identified by its double “R” logo, ceasing production in 1981. As far as we know Little on her personal or professional life, the legacy of Rega is not lost, with the arrival of her creations at vintage and collector auctions.
Rega's furniture is characterized by geometric and reduced forms. He works mainly with chromed or golden metal, brass or brass plated, plexiglass, which adds the allure and elegance that make the reputation of Rega to its modernist pieces with clean lines. Rega would have worked with star designer Willy Rizzo (1928-2013) and Gabriella Crespi (1922-2017), these three designers espouse a very similar aesthetic. With many entertainment-oriented pieces, such as coffee tables with presentation space and alcohol cupboards, side tables, shelves and decorative table lamps.
Similar work and in the style ofWilly Rizzo, Pierre Cardin, Maison Charles, Maison Jansen (notably the Alain Delon model) ...