Set of Danish Leather and Rattan armchairs, 1970s

 

Set of Danish rattan and cognac leather armchairs with a saddle stitched cussion system, early 1970s.

The set is in a great vintage condition and we also dispose of the coffee table.

Unknown designer

*price for the set

H:75cm x W:66cm x D:80cm

Pair of Danish rattan and cognac leather armchairs with a saddle stitched cussion system, early 1970s.

960,00 €

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Pierre Cardin Set of Nine Walnut Chairs for Pierre Cardin Evolution, Paris, 1979

 

Set of nine walnut dining chairs designed by Pierre Cardin for Pierre Cardin Evolution, 1979

Bibliographie: Pierre Cardin Evolution, Benjamin Loyauté, Paris, 2006, reproduit pp. 114-115

In an excellent vintage condition

H: 73cm x W: 48cm x D: 46cm

 

Price upon request*

Pierre Cardin Set of Nine Walnut Chairs for Pierre Cardin Evolution, Paris, 1979

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Selman Selmanagic Armchair Type 53693 for VEB Deutsch Werkstaetten Hellerau, GDR, 1957

 

Selman Selmanagic armchair type 53693 in 1957. It has a thin laminated wooden frame and a spring core aparently new upholstery. The armchair was produced by the German manufacturer Deutsche Werkstätten Hellerau. It is in a very good vintage condition.

H: 73cm x D: 7àcm x W: 60cm

 

This chair is an rare example of modernist design produced in the German Democratic Republic before the debates of the early 1950s about 'formalism - the intention was a representational 'socialist style' rather than a focus on formal aspects of design. The chair represents the revival and continuation of the practices of the Bauhaus -the leading school of Modernist design - in East Germany after the Second World War, and indeed was designed by a former Bauhaus student, Selman Selmanagic. The chair was made at the Deutsche Werkstätten in Hellerau (near Dresden), one of the most important furniture-making workshops in 20th-century Germany. It is part of Selmanagic's interior design for the SED Parteihochschule 'Karl Marx' (training academy of the East German communist party) in Kleinmachnow near Berlin, built in 1947-9. As the debates concerning an appropriate 'socialist style' escalated in the late 1940s, the Deutsche Werkstätten came under attack for their adherence to a so-called 'formalist' Bauhaus design approach. Walter Ulbricht, the General Secretary of the SED condemned formalist design, later stating that he thought Selmanagic's furniture inappropriate for this particular building.

Selman Selmanagic Armchair Type 53693 for VEB Deutsch Werkstaetten Hellerau, GDR, 1957

480,00 €

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Set of six "Rey-Stuhl" by Bruno Rey, executed by Dieteker Kusch & Co. Switzerland, 1971

 

Set of sux dining  chairs, designed by Bruno Rey and executed by Dieter kusch & Co, Switzerland, 1971 

Made of solid beechwood, laminated plywood and cast aluminium. Also the chairs are simply stackable.

H: 78cm x W: 44cm x D: 49.5cm

Set of six "Rey-Stuhl" by Bruno Rey, executed by Dieteker Kusch & Co. Switzerland, 1971

2.800,00 €

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Pair of Danish Custom Handcrafted Solid Walnut Lounge Chairs, late 1950s

 

Pair of Danish custom handcrafted lounge chairs in Solid Walnut, late 1950s.

This distinctive Danish modern design features a solid walnut wood frame with four large slats acting as the back rest plus comfortable, carved armrests. The cushions are new high-density foam with the original upholstery in a soft beige-ivory tweed fabric. This beautifully unique lounge chair shows the handwork creators design capabilities.

Provenance, private villa north of copenhagen.

Both in a very good vintage condition.

Pair of Danish Handwork Solid Walnut Lounge Chairs, 1960s

1.100,00 €

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Vico magistretti maralunga One Seater Sofa for Cassina, Italy, 1975

 

Award wining Vico Magistretti, Italian furniture and architectural designer who collaborated with the likes of Cassina, Kartell, Artimide, Fritz Hansen. The Maralunga is one of the most famous Italian designed sofas.

a 1975 original armchair  recovered in a soft sumptuous grey velvet that accentuates and keeps the integrity of it sculptural but functional form. The ultimate in lounging comfort.

This sofa show some Traces of wear commensurate with age.
Some light abrasion on rear, lower corners down armrests.

W: approx. 170/100cm x H: 76-101 cm x D: approx 90cm

Vico magistretti maralunga One Seater Sofa for Cassina, Italy, 1975

780,00 €

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Percival Lafer Leather and Jacaranda, Brazilian Modernist Lounge chair, 1960s

Brazilian Mid-Century lounge chair was designed by Percival Lafer in the early 1960's. it features a solid jacaranda (rosewood) frame with a solid canvas sling type support attached to the jacaranda frame that gives support to the opulent leather cushion in cognac color.

Frame in an excellect condition, leather with a beautiful natural patina.

Many of Lafer design furniture were imported to Germany by "Lafer-Möbel aus Brasilien" LAFER-GMBH Hamburg in the 1960-70s

Percival Lafer Leather and Jacaranda, Brazilian Modernist Lounge chair, 1960s

2.200,00 €

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Pair of French Decorator's Armchairs in Indian Yellow Velvet, France, 1940s

Pair of French Decorator diamond shaped armchairs in Indian Yellow velvet.

all original upholstery with some signs of use on the armrest and down front lateral both sides, both armchairs.

The four legs are also showing some traces of use. nothing have been restored, respecting the originality. The French 1940s decorators design are compared to the "haute-couture" of the mobilier, a minor renovation can damage the originality of the piece.

Pair of French Decorator's Indian Yellow Velvet Armchairs, France, 1940s

820,00 €

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Pair of Italian Light Green Olive Velvet armchairs, 1960s

 

Pair of light olive-green / pale-gold velvet, the color change according the day or night light.

Timeless Italian regency style.  Loose down-filled back cushions.

Both in a very good vintage condition.

H: 76cm x D: 81cm x W: 76cm

Pair of Woodmark House of Lindberg Light Green Olive Velvet armchairs, USA, 1960s

580,00 €

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Herbert Hirche armchair model System 350 from Mauser, Germany, 1974

 

Herbert Hirche, armchair model System 350 from Mauser Germany. Designed 1974. Base made of gray painted aluminum and tubular steel, polyurethane foam covered with dark brown mottled fabric. 

W: 68cm x D: 68cm x H: 74cm.

Slight traces of wear commensurate with age. original and in very good condintion upholstery.

Herbert Hirche, (born 20 May 1910 in Görlitz, died 28 January 2002 in Heidelberg) was a German architect and furniture and product designer. He studied from 1930 to 1933 at the Bauhaus in Dessau and Berlin. His teachers included, Wassily Kandinsky and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. From 1934 to 1938 he worked in Mies van der Rohe's office in Berlin, until his boss emigrated to the United States. From 1939 to 1945 Hirche worked for Egon Eiermann, after 1945 for Hans Scharoun. In 1948 he was appointed Professor of Applied Arts at the Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee, which had only been recently founded in 1946. It was in the Soviet Occupied Zone of Berlin. Hirche moved to West Germany and from 1952 to 1975 he took an appointment at the State Academy of Fine Arts Stuttgart as Professor of Interior Design and Furniture Making.

When the company Braun began to be more design oriented company, they hired Hans Gugelot and Herbert Hirche, this new design line was continued later by Dieter Rams. Music cabinets by Braun, designed by Herbert Hirche were found in the late 1950s in every modern villa in central Europe, many architects recommended these devices to equip their buildings.

Hirche's work was also shown at national and international fairs and exhibitions. These include the Milan Triennale in 1957 and Expo 58, the 1958 Brussels World's Fair. In 1964, examples of his works were shown on the documenta III in Kassel in Industrial Design.

He died in Heidelberg in 2002 aged 91.

 

Herbert Hirche armchair model System 350 from Mauser, Germany, 1974

640,00 €

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Jean-Pierre Laporte Armchair Prototype, France, 1965

 

Probably an unique prototype of an armchair by Jean-Pierre Laporte in post-formed teak-plywood and heater orange and brown fabric made by Joyeux, realized to the demand of «L'École Nationale des Arts Décoratifs» and presented at the 44th 'Salon des Artistes Décorateurs',  1965

Coming from Boulle School and the National School of Decorative Arts, like many other people present in the catalog, Jean-Pierre Laporte is one of the great creators of the 20th century. Strongly inspired by the work of Pierre Paulin, Jean-Pierre
Laporte is a true magician of forms, with which he plays to create furniture of a great modernity for his time, where the body is always at the center of the creative process.
The Italian creation was the great reference in terms of Design for all this generation, and the events organized in the country made dream the young French creation; but France also boasted itself also of a leading event, that of the show organized by the SAD. It offered the opportunity for each creator to present to the general public innovative models, always in preview, and to be recognized by his peers. Often unique models, numbers of creations present in the catalog from these exhibitions and are often the real prototypes that were presented on the stands of salons, like the pieces of Jean-Pierre Laporte.
Enthusiastic and always a pencil in hand, he created relentlessly, only for ten years, objects with sensual curves and exhibited for the SAD since 1965, with a prototype armchair, presented in the catalog. Then, after the curved wood, he explored the possibilities offered by molded polyester fiber, to offer shapes far ahead of his time.

 

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Rare Bauhaus Erich Dieckmann Ottoman for Gelenka 1933

 

A very rare piece. From our knowledge, it is the only Erich Dieckmann ottoman piece for sale online.

 Manufactured in beechwood for Gelenka DDP (Manufacturer), 1933.

All original with the original patina. in a very good vintage condition.

H: 38cm x W: 58cm x D: 36cm

Dieckmann's youth is little known. At the age of 16, he went to sea, in 1914 he volunteered for military service and was wounded. At the Technical University of Gdańsk , he studied architecture from 1918 to 1920. After that he began painting and drawing studies in Dresden . From 1921 to 1925 he did a carpentry apprenticeship at the Bauhaus in Weimar . After the move of the Bauhaus to Dessau , he remained at its successor institution, the State University of Applied Sciences Weimar , and in 1925 head of the carpentry workshop. From 1931 to dismissal by the National Socialists in 1933, he led the carpentry workshop of the School of Applied Arts Burg Giebichenstein in Halle. In 1936 he was a clerk for operations design at the Office Beauty of work in Hannover . From 1939 he worked as a speaker for the German crafts at the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts in Berlin. 

The interior design of the music home in Frankfurt / Oder and the dining and gentlemen's room in the model house Am Horn in Weimar come from him.

Dieckmann is one of the most important furniture designers of the Bauhaus. His designs are strictly geometric with almost square square or flat wood. For this he used quality woods such as ash, beech, cherry or oak. He also experimented with tubular steel like Bauhaus member Marcel Breuer .

 

Bauhaus Erich Dieckmann Ottoman for Gelenka 1933

2.350,00 €

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Giuseppe Gaetano Descalzi, Brass Chiavari chairs, Chiavari, Italy, Late 1940s

 

Set of two stunning Italian polished brass Chiavari chairs with bat motif and red velvet original upholstery.

Designed by Giuseppe Gaetano Descalzi late 1940s. Chiavari chairs are produced since the early 19th century in the Ligurian town of Chiavari, Italy. Chiavari chairs are the official chairs used for Royal and Presidential banquets, for famous show-palaces like the Moulin Rouge, and opera lodges. Mostly common are the gilt mahogany, always in red velvet.  In the late 19th and early 20th century Chiavari chairs were also the "chic" for a writing desk, boudoir or as vanity chairs.

Both in a very very good vintage condition

Price for the pair*

H: 90.17cm x W: 38.1cm x D: 38.1cm

seat height: 45.72 cm

Giuseppe Gaetano Descalzi, Brass Chiavari chairs, Chiavari, Italy, Late 1940s

1.250,00 €

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Erich Dieckmann Bauhaus Beechwood chair for Galenka, 1933

 

A pair of beechwood, a Bauhaus lounge chair by Erich Dieckmann with a tension sprung articulated seat and back is very rare. less exemplars has been produced of this chair than any other design of Dieckmann for Gelenka DDP (Manufacturer), 1933.

With a beautiful natural patina and few extra screws has been added to the chairs to maintain the stability.

H: 76cm x W: 59cm x D: 76cm

Price for the pair*

Dieckmann's youth is little known. At the age of 16, he went to sea, in 1914 he volunteered for military service and was wounded. At the Technical University of Gdańsk , he studied architecture from 1918 to 1920. After that he began painting and drawing studies in Dresden . From 1921 to 1925 he did a carpentry apprenticeship at the Bauhaus in Weimar . After the move of the Bauhaus to Dessau , he remained at its successor institution, the State University of Applied Sciences Weimar , and in 1925 head of the carpentry workshop. From 1931 to dismissal by the National Socialists in 1933, he led the carpentry workshop of the School of Applied Arts Burg Giebichenstein in Halle. In 1936 he was a clerk for operations design at the Office Beauty of work in Hannover . From 1939 he worked as a speaker for the German crafts at the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts in Berlin. 

The interior design of the music home in Frankfurt / Oder and the dining and gentlemen's room in the model house Am Horn in Weimar come from him.

Dieckmann is one of the most important furniture designers of the Bauhaus. His designs are strictly geometric with almost square square or flat wood. For this he used quality woods such as ash, beech, cherry or oak. He also experimented with tubular steel like Bauhaus member Marcel Breuer .

Erich Dieckmann Bauhaus Beechwood chair for Galenka, 1933

5.980,00 €

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Shiro Kuramata, How High the Moon two-seater Sofa , Japan, 1986

 

Artist proof "How High the Moon", two-seater sofa in copper and weathered steel, Japan, 1986

Shiro Kuramata Wikipedia

Price upon request

Shiro Kuramata, How High the Moon two-seater Sofa , Japan, 1986

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Tobia & afra Scarpa Bastiano Leather Sofa for Gavina, 1968

 

A three-seater "Bastiano" designed by Tobia and Afra Scarpa sofa for Gavina, the original and very first "Bastiano" producer in 1968, before started being produced by Knoll International in the 1970s.

This Modernist Italian Sofa has a rosewood frame and all origan upholstered black leather cushions and Gavina branded in every cushion.

Frame and cushions in a very good original vintage condition

H 29.93 in. x W 31.5 in. x D 82.68 in.
H 76 cm x W 80 cm x D 210 cm
Tobia & afra Scarpa Bastiano Leather Sofa for Gavina, 1968

3.100,00 €

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Jules Wabbes Circular Lobby Leather Sofa, Belgium 1960s

 

Circular elegant lobby sofa in high quality cognac leather. Designed by Jules Wabbes, one of the most remarkable Belgian Designer ever. Made in Belgium, around 1960.

D: 220 cm

http://www.juleswabbeseditions2010.com/index.php/about-jules-wabbes

 

Jules Wabbes Circular Lobby Leather Sofa, Belgium 1960s

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DE SEDE Model DS-11 Patchwork Buffalo Leather Sofa, Switzerland 1970

 

DE SEDE moddel DS-11

4 pieces modular sofa by Swiss top level brand DE SEDE. The sofa is upholstered in a soft and smooth cognac buffalo patchwork leather.

There are 3 middle elements pieces and 1 corner so there are numerous ways to use, variational and you can add as many more pieces would like. Creating and using in different positions as the elements are all loose. Great quality sofa for comfortable seating pleasure.

The sofa is in very good original condition and with a nice patina from age and usage.

Height: total 60 cm x  Seating 36 cm. x Depth: 80 cm

 

Price for the 4 items

DE SEDE Model DS-11 Patchwork Sofa, Switzerland 1970

3.100,00 €

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CORBUSIER LC2 SOFA 3 SEATER 1928

Le Corbusier, Fauteuil Grand Confort, petit modèle 1928
Le Grand Confort, petit modèle, designed by Le Corbusier (Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand) in 1928.
Armchair, two- and three-seater sofas and pouf with polished chrome steel frame in the LC colour palette. Separate Loose cushions are made from high quality polyurethane foam and dacron (guarantees a high and long-lasting seat comfort) upholstered in IVORY leather. LC2 is a timeless model, which has made design history. Designed in 1928 and exhibited at the Salon d’Automne in Paris in 1929, it is the archetypal armchair in the new and modern conception of furnishings understood as “domestic equipment”, re-issued by Cassina and produced exclusively since 1965. The separation of the metal frame and the cushions expresses a rationalist approach to industrial production.
Width: 180cm x Depth: 70cm, Height 67cm, 1,20 cbm
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Le Corbusier, Fauteuil Grand Confort, petit modèle 1928

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GEORGE NELSON COCONUT CHAIR for HERMAN MILLER 1955

 

Pair of Coconut chairs designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller in 1955.

With Marshmallow sofa and the Coconut chair George Nelson brought modernism to American furniture, to say nothing of fun, with designs like the Coconut Chair.

In a white lacquered aluminium shell and dark brown leather upholstery and steel-chromed legs. A slice of comfort that encourages movement.

Both in a excellent vintage condition.

 

*Price for the pair

Pair of Coconut chairs designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller in 1955.

2.200,00 €

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VICO MAGISTRETTI Maralunga sofa for CASSINA 1973

 

VICO MAGISTRETTI Maralunga is one of the most famous Italian design sofas, a landmark that has inspired generations of designers and products. On a brown and beige original velvet upholstery featured by a profile stitching outlining the armrest, the back and the front part of the seat cushion to make it more contemporary and in tune with the times. Maralunga are meant to offer a wider choice for all environments and for all ages.

 On a very good vintage condition.

 166 x 59 x 72 cm
Sit height: 45 cm

VICO MAGISTRETTI Maralunga sofa for CASSINA 1973

870,00 €

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Åke Fribytter. Kroken hvilestol / Hook Chair

 

Åke Fribytter. The hook recliner with a frame of shaped ebonized beech wood, covered wth black leather. Designed in 1974 for Nelo, made in SWEDEN.

In a very good vintage condition. Leather with some patina, NO scratches or holes.

Height: 86cm x Depth: 95cm x Width: 75cm

Åke Fribytter. Kroken hvilestol / Hook Chair

445,00 €

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KNOLL INTERNATIONAL ,Bruce R. Hannah & Andrew Ivar Morrison Sling Chair 1970

 

Pair of armchair in extruded aluminium white lacquered. Seat and back in polyurethane foam, covered in 100% wool green fabrics

In an very good vintage condition.

Height 71cm x Width 74cm x Depth 70cm

 

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PETER GHYCZY Easy Chair / GN2 - 1969

 

Moulded to fit the arch of your back seamlessly, the Easy Chair is made from polyurethane. Design first for the 1960’s.

An opulent outdoor essential, today became a highly collectable art piece. This Peter Ghyczy Icon for Reuter’s Form + Life Collection Germany in 1969 is much sought after. Hence the abundance of poorly quality plastic imitated versions.

Height 66cm  x Width 80cm  x Depth 66cm

PETER GHYCZY Easy Chair / GN2 - 1969

2.200,00 €

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VARIO PUR SWIVEL LOUNGE CHAIR 1967

 

A classic Space-Age highly desirable and historical design made in GDR. Very confortable and high quality built.

 The shells are made of white lacquered thermoplast with two cushions. The rotatable star-shaped foot is chromed. The feet base,shell, and the original cussions in an excellent vintage condition.

Height 82cm x Depth 80cm x Width 61

VARIO PUR SWIVEL LOUNGE CHAIR 1967

780,00 €

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HANS OLSEN Balloon Chair for LEA DESIGN Denmark, Circa 1955

 

HANS OLSEN Balloon Chair for LEA DESIGN Denmark, Circa 1955

Black lacquered steel frame with massive teak wood armrest, The piece is upholstered in original tan suede,

on an excellent vintage condition.

 Height 66cm x Widnt 79 cm x Depht 65 cm D
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HANS OLSEN Balloon Chair for LEA DESIGN Denmark, Circa 1955

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Set of 6 Maurice Burke Tulip Chair for Arkana, circa 1966

 

Set of 6 tulip chairs by Maurice Burke from the 60s. Manufactured by Arkana United Kingdom. Tulip base in cast iron white lacquered aluminum legs. Fiberglass  Swivel shell chair garnished in red and light brown wool tweed.

The garniture been recently restored. All 6 chairs are in a very good vintage condition.

"it seems that Maurice Burke designed some Saarinen knock-off pieces back in the day which have now acquired vintage cred of their own.

The Saarinen Tulip table and chairs were designed in the late 50's More precisely in 1957. As on advance with his time, those classical Saarinen became inspirational after the mid 1960's", more precise after Star trek TV series".

Height:  44cm - 100cm / Width:    45cm / Depth:    45cm

 

Price for all set of 6*

6 Maurice Burke Tulip Chair for Arkana, circa 1966

1.100,00 €

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Paolo Buffa Mahogany Side Chair, 1950's

 

Elegant side chair designed by Paolo Buffa, ITALY 1955.

Composed of a Mahogany wooden frame shiny lacquered, witha high ladder-back and brass leg details.

The wooden frame and lacquer is in very good  vintage condition, original upholstery.

Height: 131cm / Depth: 48cm / Width: 45cm

 

Paolo Buffa, AD RCHITECTURAL DIGEST

Paolo Buffa Mahogany Side Chair, 1950's

480,00 €

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