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SOLD Coffee Table “Anaconda” by Paul Tuttle

for Strässle International, Switzerland 1970s


The unique coffee table „Anaconda“ was designed by Paul Tuttle for Strässle International in the 70s or in the late 60s. The aptly named Anaconda table features a strong serpentine chromed steel base. On the top there is a round smoked glass top typical of that age, showing tiny signs of use. This piece is an elegant example of refined everlasting space age design for every eclectic home! We can offer two of these beauties.

Paul Tuttle (1918 – August 2, 2002) was an American designer known primarily for this work in furniture design, and secondarily for his work in interior design. Paul Tuttle was known for sleek, elegant, and refined furniture, as well as combining materials like metal, leather and glass. Tuttle began designing furniture in the 1950s, and his style was heavily influenced by the modernist style of mentor Alvin Lustig. The designer followed the modernist ideal of minimalism. His work emphasized the materials he used and he sought to reflect the essence of function in his pieces.


Designer: Paul Tuttle
Materials and Techniques: chrome and smoked glass
Place of Origin: Switzerland
Period: 1970 – 1979
Date of Manufacture: ca. 1970

Diameter: 79 cm, Hight: 38,4 cm

Condition: In good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use.

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