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M100 Chair by Matías Ruiz

M100 Chair by Matías Ruiz Front View

M100 Chair by Matías Ruiz Side View

M100 Chair by Matías Ruiz

Via brutalism3:

Costume Chair by Jongho Park

Costume Chair by Jongho Park

Costume Chair by Jongho Park

A winner of the Swedish Green Furniture Award 2009

via jonghopark.com)

(Source: jonghopark.com.

Be Inspireled by Manolo Bossi

Be Inspireled by Manolo Bossi

Be Inspireled by Manolo Bossi

Via pimpisplayground:

designed by Manolo Bossi

(Source: besttopdesign)

Chair by Gunta Stölzl and Marcel Breuer from 1921

Chair by Gunta Stölzl and Marcel Breuer from 1921

Chair by Gunta Stölzl and Marcel Breuer from 1921

The presence in Weimar of Theo van Doesburg, co-founder of the De Stijl movement, and the design principles that he promoted influenced the development of the Bauhaus from 1921 at the very latest. The chair made in 1921 by Marcel Breuer and Gunta Stölzl displays distinct formal evidence of the principles of the Dutch art group. Everything about this chair is rectangular: backrest, seat, the cross-section of the chair legs; even the woven tapestry strips form squares or rectangles. The colours for this piece were also selected according to the De Stijl concept with a palette limited to red, blue and yellow enhanced by black, white and grey.

Literature:
Siebenbrodt, Michael (Ed.): Bauhaus Weimar: Designs for the Future, Ostfildern-Ruit 2000.

Via fyeahwomenartists, via Gunta Stölzl – Bauhaus Master and via bauhaus-online

Once more an indication De Stijl had indeed influenced Bauhaus.

Slatted Beechwood Chair by Gerrit Thomas Rietveld

Slatted Beechwood Chair by Gerrit Thomas Rietveld

Slatted Beechwood Chair by Gerrit Thomas Rietveld

Fetched €21,250($27,431) at Christie’s (Sale 3010: The Decorative Arts Sale, 2 – 3 October 2012, Amsterdam.