Piet Hein Eek designed this armchair for Dutch Retailer Wehkamp.
Kolomon Moser Armchair
The above armchair was designed in 1903 by Kolomon Moser for a young couple, Eisler vo Terramare, for the Breakfast Room. Thuja, Satinwood veneer and metal feet.
I took the photo at the Leopold Museum in Vienna in 2012.
When I published this post with the photo below I found out that it was a double of a prior post.
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I’ve featured the Slow Chair of the Bouroullec Brothers several times, but have visited Vitra some time ago and made this photo myself.
Biltmore Hotel Armchairs by K.E.M. Weber
Are sought after objects.
The one from the photo was sold at Sotheby’s for $ 6,250 on March 6, 2014
“Arizona Biltmore Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona,” The Architectural Record, July 1929, p. 37 (showing the chair model in one of the hotel’s five-room suites)
Modernism Gallery calls the white high back a streamline chair, but that seems wrong.
The Treadway Toomey auction partnership had a settee on sale in 2013 where it was sold for $5,937.50.
Shot by Richard Kern
As a prelude to another shocking chair episode this photo by US photographer Richard Kern which was published in his book Model Release
Some people see this as another piece of evidence of female suppression in art. I would say “Hiding from the photographer in the lavatory chair”