Oxford,The Manor House at Clifton Hampden
25 - 26 September 2000
An oak revolving obelisk bookcase
Designed by Alexis de la Falaise, late 20th century
The tapering body with open tiers, on a plinth base and revolving mechanism
23¾in. (60.5cm.) square, at the base, 73in. (185.5cm.) high
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The 'Obelisk' bookcase, designed by Alexis de la Falaise (b. 1948), was first exhibited in Paris in 1989.
Other versions are in the collection of Mick Jagger.
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