Judith van den Boom, Stool ‘Square Grey‘,BoomWehmeyer, 2012
Judith van den Boom, Stool ‘Square Grey‘,BoomWehmeyer, 2012
Classic Auction No. 721 from Berlin

Showroom of Modernism: Design

2016-12-27T15:00:00.000Z2016-12-27T17:00:00.000ZBerlin & Onlinehttps://auctionata.com/en-us/s/1129/auction-showroom-of-modernism-design-december-2016This auction offers designs by well-known workshops and manufacturers from the 20th century to the present day. The auction features timeless pieces such as a watering can from Werkstätte Hagenauer, a modern interpretation of a stool by Judith van den Boom, classic chairs after Peter Behrens, and the futuristic chandelier ‘Café Roma’ by Ingo Maurer, all of which provide inspiration for a new interior. --- Special conditions: 15 % buyer's premium incl. VAT. Tuesday, December 27, 10:00 am EST
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This auction offers designs by well-known workshops and manufacturers from the 20th century to the present day. The auction features timeless pieces such as a watering can from Werkstätte Hagenauer, a modern interpretation of a stool by Judith van den Boom, classic chairs after Peter Behrens, and the futuristic chandelier ‘Café Roma’ by Ingo Maurer, all of which provide inspiration for a new interior.
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5 | Marco Zanuso Attributed, Pair of Armchairs, Italy, 1950
  • Black and red leather upholstered; black lacquered legs with movable brass shoes
  • Italy, 1950
  • Attributed to Marco Zanuso (1916-2001) – Italian designer and architect
  • Adjustable armrests in two positions
  • Dimensions: each 90 x 65 x 77 cm
  • Very good condition
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10 | 6 Chairs after Peter Behrens, Germany, 1st H. 20th C.
  • Wood, varnished
  • Germany, 1st half of 20th century
  • After a design by Peter Behrens (1868-1940) - German architect, painter, designer
  • Literarure Cf. Exi.cat. Museum Künstlerkolonie Darmstadt, 1980, S. 6, Kat. Nr. 2
  • Dimensions: 101 x 43 x 50 cm, seat height: 46 cm
  • Good condition
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22 | Ingo Maurer, ‘Café Roma‘ Chandelier, Salviati, Murano, 1999
  • Hand-blown polychrome transparent glass
  • Murano, Italy, 1999
  • Design: Ingo Maurer (b. 1932) – German industrial designer, specialized in lamps and light installations
  • Manufacturer: Salviati ed., Murano
  • Height: 90 cm, diameter: 90 cm
  • Very good condition
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29 | Marcel Breuer, Coffee Table B28, Thonet, c. 1930
  • Wood, nickeled steel
  • Germany, around 1930
  • Design: Marcel Breuer (1902-1981), German-American architect and designer
  • Design: Thonet (est. 1819) - German furniture manufacturer
  • Model: B28
  • Height: 62 cm; Diameter: 80 cm
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32 | Valentí, Monumental Swan Table, Spain, 1960s
  • Bronze, green, brown patina; glass table top
  • Barcelona, Spain, 1960s
  • Manufacturer: VVV Valentí, est. 1798
  • Manufactory mark on the naturalistic shaped plinth ‘VVV Valentí’
  • A naturalistic shaped bronze cast of a rearing swan with widely opened wings and crying beak carrying a circular glass table top
  • Table height: 76.5 cm; diameter: 179 cm
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35 | Kiko Lopez, Mercury Mirror, France, 2013
  • Mirror glass with mercury, finished with acid, blackened white metal
  • Design and execution: 2013, Kiko Lopez – In French working Puerto Rican artist
  • Signed, dated and inscribed on the reverse
  • Dimensions: 140 x 95 cm
  • The mercury mirror by Kiko Lopez is a unique piece
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40 | Carl Auböck, Pair of Bottle Holders, Austria, c. 1950s
  • Brass, wicker
  • Austria, Vienna, c. 1950
  • Designed and made by Carl Auböck (1900-1957) - Austrian designer, founder of the Werkstätte Carl Auböck
  • Model no. 121/3601
  • Reference: Carl Auböck, Die Kataloge der Werkstätte Auböck 1925-1975, Vienna, 2006, F/12
  • Height: 19.5 cm
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49 | Werkstätte Hagenauer, Watering Can, Austria, c. 1950s
  • Brass, polished
  • Austria, Vienna, c. 1950s
  • Designed and manufactured: Werkstätte Hagenauer Wien (1898-1987)
  • Bottom stamped ‘Hagenauer Wien’ with manufacturer’s signet ‘wHw’ and ‘Made in Austria’ as well as ‘Handmade’
  • Height: 24 cm
  • Good Condition
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