Arthur Rockhausen Bauhaus Style Plywood and Oak Chair

Rockhausen, Arthur
,
Side Chairs
,
Germany
,
1920s

A curved model K-14 armchair designed around 1925 by Arthur Rockhausen for Rockhausen, Germany. The chair is made of beech plywood and oak veneer. Stamped by Rockhausen underneath. There are some minor losses to the veneer, but the chair is in an overall very good condition.  

  • 906
  • Price on request
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