Pair of Hugo Gorge armchairs, Austria, 1920s

Gorge, Hugo
Side Chairs

A pair of Jugendstil armchairs by Austrian architect and designer Hugo Gorge (1883 - 1934). The chairs have a wooden frame with a sculptural openwork backrest and a fabric upholstery with floral decorations.

Hugo Gorge was an exponent of early Austrian Modernism. He designed a duplex house for the Werkbundsiedlung in Vienna (1932), which also included designs by his contemporaries like Josef Frank, Adolf Loos and Richard Neutra.

  • 5994
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