LC2 and LC3 by Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand

LC2 and LC3 by Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand

Le Corbusier LC2 Armchair + LC2 Loveseat + LC2 3-Seater for Euro 2899.00 in stead of Euro 4497.00.

Chromium plating steel-tubular frame Foam material cushions
down padded with black leather cover.
Delivery time approx. 3 – 6 weeks

Via Bauhaus Stars [discontinued, but I wanted some LC2 and LC3 photos…what can you do]

Last edited by Guido J. van den Elshout on November 26, 2011 at 11:47 PM

SwiTCh – Table and Ball (Arm) Chair in one


And Ball Armchair

By Ellen Ectors
Via swiTCh – Table & Chair – The SwiTCh

Ferdinand Rocker at Workshopped


Angus McDonald and John Madden

Moo Design is a creative collaboration between artist Angus McDonald and furniture maker John Madden. It is a partnership which aspires to produce beautifully finished, high quality furniture and objects of visual and functional integrity.

McDonald and Madden conceived Moo furniture originally as an aesthetically gestural homage to the bull, whose low centre of gravity and overall proportions McDonald finds compelling as an artist. The artist and the furniture maker worked together to replicate the form and design of the bull in their first piece, the ‘Moo Arm-Chair’. The Moo range has now expanded to include more bull inspired pieces of furniture and other objects, including the “Ferdinand” rocker which is part of WORKSHOPPED 08.

Moo Design are creating contemporary furniture and objects grounded in classical elements of design and traditional methods of handmade construction. The objective with every new piece is that it be supremely functional and sculpturally elegant with a strong emphasis on finish and longevity, and the use of sturdy and environmentally sustainable natural materials.


Gary Galego – Leve Chair

Kudos from The Australian | 20 Objects 0f Desire:

14. Gary Galego’s Leve chair

The chair is beautifully expressive of its material and it’s no surprise that Galego studied the manipulation of wood and plywood. The chair is crafted from steamed bentwood components. It absolutely expresses its material, testing it to its limits, resulting in a finely sprung chair that is light, comfortable and elegant. The version that has a leather skin vacuum-formed to its seat (like Batman’s rubber suit) is deliciously sexy. Not only designed in Australia, the chair is also manufactured here by Woodmark. It’s beautiful to look at and beautiful to touch. Sophisticated and made in a timber tradition that defines much of Australia’s design history.

Woodmark about Gary Galego:

In the tradition of Hans J. Wegner, 26-year-old Sydney-based designer, Gary Galego has quickly secured a reputation for outstanding chair design. His furniture is distinguished by excellent craftsmanship, upholding a complete understanding of the materials used and the functions of furniture in human life.
After two years studying Industrial Design at the University of NSW, Gary switched to Canberra’s School of Art, where he completed a Diploma in Fine Art specialising in the manipulation of wood/plywood as the medium for his furniture designs.
“My time at the school enabled me to see beyond the traditional confines of the craft and allowed me to develop an intuitive and creative approach to the potential of timber as a medium for functional and aesthetic expression,” he recalls.
In 2002, Gary’s furniture was represented at the Sydney International Furniture Show, DesignEx in Sydney and Furnitex in Melbourne, and in 2003 he exhibited at Salone Satellite at Milan’s International Furniture Fair. His designs have been endorsed by modern design luminaries including Harry Seidler and Glenn Murcutt, and Gary was a finalist in the Sydney Morning Herald Young Designer of the Year in 2002 and the Bombay Sapphire Design Discovery program in 2004.
Gary was introduced to Woodmark by Karina Clarke, a lecturer at Sydney’s College of Fine Arts, at a time when Gary was trying to find the right company to start producing his designs commercially.
About Gary Galego
Gary was impressed with the expertise and passion for furniture displayed by Woodmark’s team while resolving details for production, and their willingness to work closely with him to achieve the exact detail and level of quality he expected. “I am thrilled to have been able to hook up with Woodmark as the manufacturer of product I’ve designed”, he said.
His intention is to produce designs with forms that transcend time, and which are a continued source of admiration. “My products combine materials which have similar elements of integrity, perceived quality and depth of character,” he says.

Woodmark about the Leve Chair:

Simple yet expressive, Gary’s Leve chair represents an original and sophisticated design solution. The chair’s beautiful proportions make it appealingly tactile, but more practically, they also serve as a means of supporting the body comfortably.
The beautiful finish and high degree of detailing give what is essentially a manufactured product a hand-crafted appeal.
The Leve chair is available in European ash or European ash with a moulded leather seat and back, and is suited to almost any indoor, domestic or commercial, environment that requires an elegant yet contemporary timber chair.

CARLO BUGATTI | Fine Art Auction | Lot Details | Christie's

Price Realized * £3,000 * ($6,279)
Estimate * £1,500 – £2,000 ($3,140 – $4,186)

Sale 5164
art nouveau & art deco
7 November 2007
London, South Kensington

having painted roundels backed by copper panels on turned supports with vellum seat, inlaid with pewter and brass, and clad with copper
28in. (71.2cm.) high, 25¼in. (64.2cm.) wide

CARLO BUGATTI | Fine Art Auction | Lot Details | Christie’s

Just to compare with the chair on auction tomorrow.