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Items No.CF008
Product name: Kubus Josef Hoffmann Armchair and Sofa

- Kubus armchair design by Joseph Hoffmann

-Hardwood frame construction, high quality and confortable foam

- Covering made of individually stitched and piped leather squares

- Solid wood leg with polised steel piece

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Kubus Josef Hoffmann Armchair and Sofa Kubus Josef Hoffmann Armchair and Sofa
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Colour and Material
Aniline Leather 3185
Aniline Leather 3185
Aniline Leather 3210
Aniline Leather 3210
Aniline Leather 3008
Aniline Leather 3008
Aniline Leather 3708
Aniline Leather 3708
Top Grain 0185#
Top Grain 0185#
Top Grain 1128#
Top Grain 1128#
Top Grain 1009#
Top Grain 1009#
Top Grain 0010#
Top Grain 0010#
Top Grain 0187#
Top Grain 0187#
Top Grain 358#
Top Grain 358#
Top Grain 1620#
Top Grain 1620#
Top Grain 210A#
Top Grain 210A#
Top Grain 108#
Top Grain 108#
0188#
0188#
0189#
0189#
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Josef Hoffmann(1870-1956) Josef Hoffmann(1870-1956)By the year 1900, Vienna was becoming a center of activity for architects and designers like Josef Hoffmann. Hoffmann was a founding member of the Vienna Secession, a radical anti-historicist movement, and together with Koloman Moser, created the Wiener Werkstatte cooperative workshop. Although Hoffmann's designs for the decorative arts were influenced by the British Arts & Craft movement, he embraced the advent of the industrial age and concentrated on abstract and geometric shapes in his work. While he did not reject traditional decoration out of hand, he succeeded in making it serve structural principles which he believed should determine the form of buildings, interiors and objects. Hoffmann studied architecture at the Vienna Academy where he was taught by Otto Wagner. Between 1901 and 1905, he designed four villas in Vienna and a sanatorium for which he developed a "cubistic" language of form with its emphasis on straight, unadorned lines. In 1905, he established the Kuntschau with painter Gustav Klimt and two years later, founded the Destscher Werkbund. Like Otto Wagner, his early projects were conceived as Gesamtkunstwerke (total works of art) and he produced both free-standing and built-in furniture for his interiors, pared-down rectilinear pieces, elongated to emphasize their structural role. Hoffmann is well-known for the simple, restrained, yet visually interesting dining chairs, several intended for caf¨¦s, that he designed early in the 20th century. His "birdhouse" chair, for example, reveals his way of using a decorative feature to emphasize structure. Hoffmann worked well into his eighth decade, continuing to use the geometric motifs that would influence the Art Deco Style of the 1920s. In 1928 his work appeared in the Art and Industry exhibition held at Macy's store in New York, where it exerted a strong influence on American designer Donald Desky. Hoffmann is one of the seminal figures in the modern decorative arts movement of the first half of the 20th century. related products


Product name:Kubus Josef Hoffmann Armchair and Sofa
Items No.CF008

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