Max Gottschalk prototype leather sling chair, USA, 1960s

Gottschalk, Max
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Side Chairs
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United States
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1960s

A low prototype lounge chair by Max Gottschalk. The chair is made of metal pipes and thick brown leather.

Gottschalk's most productive artistic period was in Arizona, from the 1950s to his death in 2005.

His artistic interests included Mid Century Modern  industrial design which combined "natural" materials like leather with production materials such as aluminum and steel. The result was beautifully proportioned work that embraced and embodied both the Southwestern aesthetic and modern design principles.Gottschalk often worked with leather that was irregular and flawed, celebrating the material's imperfections.

  • 4626
  • Price on request
  • 24.8 In / 63.0 cm
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