Armchair “Saxhorn” by CLC France


Found the Saxon Armchair by CLC France on Whoppa, an online selling/auction platform for individual and business traders. I like it!

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Chairs!
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Koker Stoel by Atelier Van Lieshout

In the shop of Atelier van Lieshout you can buy this chair, the Koker chair, made by a material amply available in Joep’s Atelier, steel tubes or kokers in Dutch, hence the name “Koker Stoel” for “Tube Chair”

German author Goethe wrote: β€œIt is in self-limitation that a master first shows himself ”. This certainly holds true for the Koker Chair. Joep van Lieshout set himself the task of designing a chair using only the materials available in his workshop. He ended up using square metal tubes, known as kokers in Dutch.

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Desk Chair by Alphabet

Desk Chair by Alphabet

Based in Montreal, Canada, Alphabet has fused the chair and desk, to form a chair with a laptob or tablet table in front of it. Seems clever and comfy.

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Tubular Lounge Chair by Erich Dieckmann

Erich Dieckmann. Armchair, past 1931. H. 64 x 60 x 90 cm. Made by Cebaso, Ohrdruf (attributed). Nickel-plated tubular steel, stained beech, black fabric.

Dieckmann is among the most important designers of the Bauhaus and his tubular steel furniture takes a special position in the context of European tubular steel design of the pre-war era. “The fundamental construction principle of this design follows the closed ‘Two line’ system. Seat – backframe and pedestal have been built of a closed line each.” Cf. exhib. cat. Erich Dieckmann, Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, 1990, S. 107, pl. 29 and p.177.

Fabric discoloured. Original iron yarn fabric existing. The model had been manufactured by Metz & Co. in the 1930s too. Both executions differentiate only marginally.

For sale at Quittenbaum estimated at € 12000 – 15000, but withheld.

Harry Thaler’s Pressed Chair

My own photo’s’ of Harry Thaler’s Pressed Chair with Harry Thaler himself πŸ˜‰

and some proof of Harry’s site that the chair can bear some weight…:

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