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Kem Weber Arm Chair for Muller USA, 1936*

$3,800.00
Item Number:
5141

In addition to being beautiful and comfortable KEM Weber's armchair - made without screws, nails, or any other kind of hardware - is a celebration of ingenuity. Weber designed and manufactured his Airline chair for Disney Studios.  Later, in 1936, he sold the design to the Mueller Furniture Company of Grand Rapids, Michigan who created this example.

This chair is in excellent refinished condition we are offering it with vintage down-filled cushions. Chair measures 33" high x 23" wide x 29" deep. Seat height without cushion: 14" with cushion: 17" 

Weber came to the United States from Berlin to oversea a pavilion being built for his employer, architect Bruno Paul.  World War I halted the construction progress of this project and left Weber stranded in California.  Seeing more opportunity in the United States then his home country, Weber decided to stay.  During his career he established a succesful indutrial design studio in Hollywood where he produced both industrial projects, modern film sets and private residences.


Style:
Art Deco
Period:
1930s
Designer:
KEM Weber
Manufacturer:
Muller
Place of Origin:
United States
Height:
33in.
Width:
23in.
Depth:
29in.
Condition:
Great, fully-restored
Wear:
Minor wear consistent with age and use

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In addition to being beautiful and comfortable KEM Weber's armchair - made without screws, nails, or any other kind of hardware - is a celebration of ingenuity. Weber designed and manufactured his Airline chair for Disney Studios.  Later, in 1936, he sold the design to the Mueller Furniture Company of Grand Rapids, Michigan who created this example.

This chair is in excellent refinished condition we are offering it with vintage down-filled cushions. Chair measures 33" high x 23" wide x 29" deep. Seat height without cushion: 14" with cushion: 17" 

Weber came to the United States from Berlin to oversea a pavilion being built for his employer, architect Bruno Paul.  World War I halted the construction progress of this project and left Weber stranded in California.  Seeing more opportunity in the United States then his home country, Weber decided to stay.  During his career he established a succesful indutrial design studio in Hollywood where he produced both industrial projects, modern film sets and private residences.


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