One Legged Chair by Stefan Wewerka

 

 

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#StefanWewerka, One-legged chair “Einschwinger” and “M5” desk, 1982

Asymmetric Chair by Stefan Wewerka at 2011 IMM Cologne (3)

Asymmetric Chair by Stefan Wewerka

Asymmetric Chair by Stefan Wewerka at 2011 IMM Cologne (3)

At the IMM 2011 Tecta booth I found an Asymetric Chair by Stefan Wewerka, a design from 1979.
Asymmetric Chair with Stefan Wewerka himself

And here Stefan Himself in his Asymmetric Chair. Photo thanks to Tecta.

Classroom Chair by Stefan Wewerka at J. Lohman Gallery

Classroom Chair 2 by Stefan Wewerka

I came across the Classroom Chair at a Phillips de Pury auction earlier.

Now NYC based J. Lohman Gallery has one for sale.

According to Lohman:

Stefan Wewerka

“Vertreterstuhl” or “Klassenraumstuhl” (“Classroom Chair”)

Germany, c. 1970
Lacquered wood
C. 30 ¾ in. (78 cm) high, 26 in. (66 cm) wide
Originally called the “Vertreterstuhl”, the chairs were part of an installation of a “classroom” at Galerie Müller in Cologne in 1971. Since then the chair is also called “classroom chair”. Literature: Take a seat: Meisterwerke des Stuhldesigns – Masterpieces of Chair Design, Chart Gallery, Basel, 2005, pp. 102-103.

Object No.: 8005
Price on request.

Lohman specializes in European design and decorative arts from the 1920s -1980s from mainly German designers and artistic movements.

A “Vertreterstuhl” is an Sales Rep Chair in the English language.

Classroom Chair by Stephan Wewerka

Classroom Chair by Stephan Wewerka
Classroom Chair by Stephan Wewerka.
Via Pillips de Pury.

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