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Oscar Niemeyer, Brazil, 2008
Coffee table in ebonized wood. Designed by Oscar Niemeyer, Brazil. Produced in Brazil by Tendo Brasileira.
74" L x 19.75" W x 9.5" H / 188cm L x 50.2cm W x 24.1cm H
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Oscar Niemeyer, Brazil, 1972
Extremely Rare "Alta" lounge chair in leather and stainless steel. Designed by Oscar Niemeyer, Brazil. Produced in Paris, 1971. In collaboration with Anna Maria Niemeyer. From the permanent collection of R & Company.
Oscar Niemeyer is undoubtedly one of the most influential architects of the twentieth century and, while not often, he too designed furniture. The "Alta" lounge chair from 1971 was the first one he created, in collaboration with his daughter, Anna Maria Niemeyer, for the Communist Party Headquarters in Paris. This extremely rare early example was briefly produced for the retail market by Mobilier International and retailed in Europe for a few years.
Oscar Niemeyer, Brazil, 2007
Oscar Niemeyer designed this chaise alongside his daughter, Anna Maria Niemeyer, in 1978. The piece references the curves he often created to structure his architectural designs as well as the natural landscape of his hometown, Rio de Janeiro. The chaise also pays homage to colonial chaises known as “marquesas” (marchionesses), which used cane seating and featured arched ends. This design was produced in Brazil from December 2007 to December 2008 only, in honor of Oscar Niemeyer’s 100th birthday.
"Marquesa" bench in red with cane seat and bent wood detailing at each end.
Designed in 1978.
Oscar Niemeyer, Brazil
Rectangular coffee table with sculptural metal base and glass top.
Oscar Niemeyer, Brazil, 1977
Unique desk in curved ebonized wood with a glass top.
Designed by Oscar Niemeyer and Anna Maria Niemeyer, Brazil, 1977/ 1979.