Utrecht or Metz chair by Gerrit Rietveld Reissued by Cassina

Utrecht or Metz chair by Gerrit Rietveld reissued by Cassina

The reissue by Cassina of Gerrit Rietveld’s Utrecht or Metz Chair:

IMM Furniture Show

Cassina presented its Maestri collection which re-produces classical designs in new materials. The exclusive reproduction rights have been acquired by the company for Le Corbusier, Rietveld, Mackintosh and some more.

Via Core77.

RONALD KRUECK AND MARK SEXTON, Pair of Chicago chairs

RONALD KRUECK AND MARK SEXTON

Pair of Chicago chairs, ca. 1987
Mirror-polished stainless steel, brass, Edelman leather. Each: 29 1/2 in. (74.9 cm.) high Manufactured by Tesko, USA (2).
ESTIMATE $40,000-60,000

PROVENANCE Residence, Untitled No. 2, Chicago

LITERATURE John Morris Dixon, “Elevated Urbanity,” Progressive Architecture, December 1987, pp. 74 and 76-77; Y. Futagawa, GA Houses 24, “Krueck & Sexton Architects: Untitled #2: Chicago, Illinois, 1984-87,” pp. 75, 77, 79 and 81; Michael Walsh, “A Sensuous Space,” Inland Architect, May/June 1988, p. 46; “Untitled No. 2,” A+U, no. 284, May 1994, pp. 111-112, 115 and 117; Ronald Krueck and Mark Sexton, Krueck & Sexton: Work in Progress, New York, 1997, pp. 82, 84-85 and 87

Phillips de Pury & Company

Paris Side Chair by André Dubreuil

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André Dubreuil (b. 1951) PARIS SIDE CHAIR

Price Realized £4,000 ($7,212)

Estimate £1,500 – £2,000 ($2,705 – $3,606)

Sale 5340
interiors – 20th century edition
16 September 2008
London, South Kensington
Lot Description

André Dubreuil (b. 1951)
PARIS SIDE CHAIR
designed 1988, for A. D. Decorative Arts, steel with acid-treated surface
93cm. high

Via Christie’s

A Chair By Rietveld? (Yes: the Berlin Chair)

This must be a Chair by Gerrit Rietveld, albeit I don’t know the name he gave it.

Via M2L Collection Furniture

Update
Yes it is his Berlin Chair

Last edited by gje on September 20, 2010 at 22:24 AM

Chicago Chair by Krueck & Sexton at Wright

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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