Rex Lotery monumental cabinet from his Bel Air California commission.
Oiled walnut with 3 drawers and 3 compartments concealing multiple storage trays that could be easily removed for custom use, a generous 22″ deep on a plinth base.
About Rex Lotery:
Born outside London August 19, 1930 immigrated to Manhattan in 1939. In 1952 Rex received his Bachelor of Architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute where he was a member of the Delta Kai Epsilon. After graduation, Rex moved to Los Angeles, where throughout his career he was honoured for his environmentally aware and socio-politically centered planning and design. He was one of the few professionals in Southern California who combined architecture, urban design, and consensus planning as integral parts of a single practice. Rex was a partner of Louis Kahn and Ray Kappe.
AIA member and on Southern California Chapter board of directors.
38" X x 94" W x 22" D