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Josef Hoffmann, Paar Kubus Sessel, Wittmann, Wien, 1910

Josef Hoffmann, Paar Kubus Sessel, Wittmann, Wien, 1910

** Josef Hoffmann armchair  For the Baroness Magda Mautner von Markhof  1903-05

** Josef Hoffmann armchair For the Baroness Magda Mautner von Markhof

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Oh, The Eameses. Charles & Ray Eames, 1956 The Lounge Chair is one of the most famous designs by Charles and Ray Eames. Created in 1956 it is now a classic in the history of modern furniture.

Sessel Gispen 405 von Gispen im Designlager Dülmen

Gispen 405 armchair by Willem Hendrik Gispen is, of all classic designs, by far the most well known. The frame consists of a double chromium steel tube which is bent manually. The black Bakelite armrests give the armchair its finishing touch.

Wiener Werkstatte Sanitorium | ... Sanatorium Purkersdorf Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstaette, Vienna, 1903

Wiener Werkstatte Sanitorium | ... Sanatorium Purkersdorf Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstaette, Vienna, 1903

In 1912, Josef Hoffmann designed an elegant sofa for a Vienna home. A century later, Wittmann has reissued the Alleegasse sofa. via ELLE DECOR

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Josef Hoffmann Alleegasse Armchair and Sofa for Wittmann This upholstered suite was designed in 1912 for Dr. Hugo Koller’s music room as part of the furnishings at his Vienna apartment in Alleegasse, Argentinierstrasse.

Josef Albers. 1928. Bauhaus. The Design Walker

/ As all of the Josef Albers& designs combined with geometric shapes this chair turn out to be one of his best design, which it has maximum comfort with uniqueness . It& a design you will still find in homes today.

Original Modern Abstract Painting - MetallicTextured Gallery Wrap Canvas 20 x 24 x 1.5 Inches - Palette Knife Painting

Original Modern Abstract Painting - MetallicTextured Gallery Wrap Canvas 20 x 24 x Inches - Palette Knife Painting

JOSEF HOFFMANN - Cabinett Collection

Josef Hoffmann Cabinett Armchair - The cubic form of this armchair and table reflect Hoffmann’s austerely geometrical phase at the start of the Century.

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