Art Deco radiator, Rene Coulon for Saint Gobain
Glass radiator, model Radiaver designed by René Coulon (French architect) for Saint Gobain. Designed in 1937 and manufactured until 1952. Made for the industrial exhibition in 1937 EDF Electropolis. Double glass plates and lighted feet. 110 Volts / 500 W.
Dimensions: h 58 x w 42 x d 12 cm
Rene Coulon (Coulon & Cie), was an architect and designer of glass furniture during the height of the Art Deco period in Paris, France. The last international fair before the Second World War was the 1937 international art and technology fair in Paris. Pavillon Saint-Gobain was designed by Rene Coulon.