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DORIC SEVEN DINING TABLE BY Theodore Psychoyos

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DORIC SEVEN DINING TABLE

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Description

Naxos and Pendelic marble
Unique Piece

Dimensions

in / 30 x 116 x 34
cm / 75H x 295 x 85

Materials Marble | Stone
Price

€ 19.000,00 EUR ex. VAT

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DESIGNER BIO

Theodore Psychoyos

BIOGRAPHY AWARDS INFORMATION

Born in Boston, MA, to Greek parents, Psychoyos grew up between Paris, Greece, and England. Known for his large-scale ink drawings and murals, he is an artist who is constantly exploring new means of expression, with his output including music, sculpture, and painting. The collection RAW is the artist’s first excursion into the world of functional objects, and as such it reveals a new aspect of his creative inquiry and sensibility.

He studied piano before attaining a law degree at Sorbonne University while concurrently studying sculpture at the National School of Fine Arts in Paris. His work has been hosted most notably by Romeo Gigli at Salon de Mobile Milan in 2001, at the Blackblock of Palais de Tokyo in 2010, at AMP, Athens 2010, Atopos, Benaki Museum, 2011, at “No Respect” Onassis Cultural Center Athens 2014, at « Boite Noire » Pacific Design Center LA, 2017, Molonglo with who Psychoyos was awarded the Australian Price for Art in Architecture 2011 for his 19 floors mural at New Acton , Canberra.