Wright Auction: Buzz Yudell Sunergy Chair

Sunergy Chair by Buzz Yudell
Sunergy Chair by Buzz Yudell 2

100
Buzz Yudell, Sunergy chair
by Art Woodworking & Mfg., Co., USA, 2008
ColorThrue Compact by Formica in Black and Cafe with Velour finish, steel
71.25 w x 26.5 d x 32.5 h inches
This work is number three from the edition of three aside from one artist’s proof.

Estimate: $30,000 – $40,000

Result: not sold

via Wright Auctions

Wright – Hans Wegner Valet Chair

valet-chair-02

valet-chair-01

Hans Wegner Valet Chair

Modern Design
04 June 2000 12:00pm
Johannes Hansen
Denmark, c. 1953
teak, leather and brass
20 w x 18 d x 37 h inches

An elegant solution to the age-old tendency to use a chair as a cloth rack; the valet chair’s seat lifts to form a pant hanger and there is a small storage space under the seat for pocket contents. This example is in excellent condition and signed with a branded mark.

Estimate: $3,500 – $4,500
Result: $7,475

Via Wright Auctions

Wright – Tom Dixon Crown Chair

Quoted from Cool Hunting:

Unlike some auction houses, the Chicago-based Wright simply offers (quite modestly) some of the best design available on the secondary market. The forthcoming Modern Design auction, taking place on 7 October 2008, is no exception. In addition to showcasing the work of mid-century icons Charles and Ray Eames, Harry Bertoia, George Nakashima, Isamu Noguchi, Gio Ponti, George Nelson, Hans Wegner, Poul Kjærholm and many others, this auction features stunning inclusions from more recent decades.

Wright Sez:

Modern Design
07 October 2008 12:00pm

Crown chair by Tom Dixon

Lot 236

United Kingdom, 1989
gilt steel
22 w x 22 d x 38 h inches
Approximately sixty examples of this form were produced.
Literature: Tom Dixon, Collins, pg. 36
Estimate: $4,000 – $5,000
Result: $4,500

Chicago Chair by Krueck & Sexton at Wright

202
Krueck & Sexton Chicago Chair from Untitled No. 1, Chicago Tesko USA, 1987
mirror-polished stainless steel, brass, upholstery 33 w x 36 d x 30.5 h inches.

This chair comes from Krueck & Sexton Architect’s 1987 commission Untitled No. 1, a condominium unit in a notable Chicago skyscraper. Only eleven examples of the Chicago Chair were produced; the form was created in a Chicago studio and utilized by Krueck & Sexton in only three commissions. Literature: Krueck & Sexton: Architects, Schulze, pp. 86-87
Estimate: $10,000 – 15,000
Result: $90,000

via Wright

Gyre Lounge by Zaha Hadid

Gyre Lounge by Zaha Hadid

206
Zaha Hadid Gyre lounge chair from the Seamless Collection Established & Sons United Kingdom, 2006 enameled polyester resin

94 w x 72 d x 25 h inches

This work is number six from the edition of twelve. Signed, titled and numbered with applied manufacturer’s brass disk labels to underside: [Designed By Zaha Hadid Seamless 2006 Gyre 6/12] and [Established & Sons British Made]. Sold with a certificate of provenance from Established & Sons.

Estimate: $70,000 – 90,000

Result: $84,000

Via Wright