Interior Design, Art & Furniture

CARL AUBÖCK lampe très rare

Lampe du designer Autrichien Carl Auböck en laiton et fibre de verre.

Hauteur  : +/- 37 cm

Largeur : +/- 30 cm

Longueur : +/- 55 cm

Année : +/- 1950

Rare table lamp from Austrian designer Carl Auböck - minimalistic lamp composed of a black painted metal feet - double brass structure and yellow tainted fiberglass diffuser.

Height  : +/- 37 cm

Width : +/- 30 cm

Lenght : +/- 55 cm

Period : +/- 1950

Carl Auböck Austria 1900 - 1957 The designer and painter Carl Auböck is one of the most extraordinary personalities of Austrian modernism. His work include furniture, metalware, ceramics and glass, as well as industrial products and sports equipment. After versatile accomplishments, among them two years at the Bauhaus in Weimar as a student of Johannes Itten, he took over the workshop of his father in 1926. While at that time in the workshop he still pursued a traditional range of objects for his customers in Vienna and the US; Wiener Bronzen. His paintings soon accomplished to a high artistic range and he created masterpieces of Austrian modernism. In the beginning of the fourties he developed his very particular style for handcrafted accessories and high class homerequisites that - after the war - would make him famous on an international arena. His design career reached the top at the Triennale di Milano 1954, where his work received four goldmedals. 


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