Marquis Vladi Orengo, The Casa Orengo, Turin, until 1984.
with the present owner, since 19 November 1984.
PROPERTY OF THE STEINBERG FOUNDATION
Domus, 264, December 1951, pp.16-22 (illustrated in-situ, Casa Orengo. This review marks the introduction of the epithet 'tavolo arabesco').
G. Massobrio & P. Portoghesi, Album degli anni Cinquanta, Rome, 1977, p. 422 (illustrated in-situ, Casa Orengo).
Domus, 650, May 1984, pp. 33-35 (illustrated in-situ, Casa Orengo).
G. Brino, Carlo Mollino: Architecture as Autobiography, London, 1985, p. 127 (illustrated in-situ, Casa Orengo).
F. Ferrari, Carlo Mollino: Cronaca, Turin, 1985, p. 105, pl. 166 (illustrated in-situ, Casa Orengo).
L'Étrange Univers de L'Architecte Carlo Mollino, exh. cat.,
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, 4 October 1989 - 29 January 1990, p. 114 (architect's preliminary drawings for Casa Orengo furnishings, including the present lot, illustrated).
F. & N. Ferrari, Carlo Mollino: Arabesques, Turin, 2006, pp. 83-84, pls. 105-106, 110 (illustrated in-situ, Casa Orengo).
F. & N. Ferrari, The Furniture of Carlo Mollino, London, 2006, p. 158, pl. 281 (illustrated in-situ, Casa Orengo); p. 159, pl. 283 (subsequent variation, unique, circa 1950, with revised cut-outs and modified glass top, illustrated); p. 159, pl. 284-285 (preliminary drawings, 1949, for Arabesque table, Casa Orengo, illustrated); p. 161, pl. 292 (subsequent elongated version with three cut-outs, Casa G.A. Rosselli Ponti, unique, circa 1950, illustrated); p. 161, pl. 291 (subsequent elongated version with five cut-outs, produced in 6-8 examples, circa 1950, illustrated).
Design Museum, The Power of Erotic Design, 1 May - 12 October 1997, London.