Otto Wagner &
Kohn Jacob & Josef &
Koloman (Kolo) Moser Otto Wagner Ensemble 1901

Jugendstil, Secession Style

1901 / Original

€ 16.000 / USD 17.958  

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As pioneer and master of the Modern, Otto Wagner seized the then rather new technique of bending Wood for his furniture designs.

Ocasionally These furniture are attributed to Koloman Moser as well.

The design of this Ensemble dated back in 1901. Especially the design of the armrests shows the adventure of the new technique.

Wagner first used the stool from this Ensemble for the "Depeschenbüro Die Zeit"

Lit.: Giovanni Renzi, „Il mobile moderno“, Silvana Editoriale Spa, Milano, 2008. S.48-49
Eva B. Ottillinger (Hg.), „Wagner, Hoffmann, Loos und das Möbeldesign der Wiener Moderne“, Ausstellungskatalog Hofmobiliendepot Wien, Böhlau Verlag, Wien, 2018, S.34 ff. J. Uhlíř: Vom Wiener Stuhl zum Architektenmöbel, Jacob & Josef Kohn, Thonet und Mundus, Bugholzmöbel vom Secessionismus bis zur Zwischenkriegsmoderne. Böhlau, Wien, 2009, Asenbaum, Haiko, Otto Wagner. Möbel und Innenräume, Salzburg/Vienna 1984, p. 86, ill. 100 (stool)

Material

bent beech-wood, stained mahogany, new upholstery, brass fixtures; set consisting of: 1 bench, 2 chairs, 2 stools; h. 80 cm, seat height 42.5 cm, d. 56 cm (bench); h. 80 cm, seat height 42.5 cm, d. 55.5 cm (chair); h. 65 cm, seat height 42.5 cm, d. 36 cm (stool)

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