Category: Furniture

Window decor, curtain. Reign of Louis XVI 18th century.

Window Decor, curtain. 18th century design. Rococo furniture

Window Decor, curtain. Reign of Louis XVI (gilded wood).

Window Decor, curtain (gilded wood). Reign of Louis XVI 18th century.

Baroque, Rococo era ca. 1780.

Associated to: Fashion in the reign of Louis XVI. 1774 to 1780.

From the book: Le Magasin de Meubles by Victor Quetin. Album complet & Reference de tous Meubles qui se fabriquent a Paris contenant environ 300 modeles, dessines en perspective.

Sculptured oak chair with velvet pillow. XVI century.

Antique Furniture. Renaissance Sculptured oak chair

XVI century. Sculptured oak chair with velvet pillow.

Sculptured oak chair with velvet pillow. XVI century.

Europe. Siglio XVI. Silla de roble esculturado, con almohada de terciopelo. 

Renaissance period.

From the book: Galería del Arte Decorativo: Enciclopedia Universal de Trajes, Armas, Muebles, Arquitectura, Útiles Domésticos y Ornamentación de Todos los Tiempos. Editor: J. Aleu Fugarull, Barcelona 1824.

Renaissance travel suitcase from Flanders

Renaissance travel suitcase. Middle ages furniture design. Ancient Flanders craftsmanship.

Travel suitcase 1475

Renaissance travel suitcase from Flanders.

Medieval craftsmanship from the late Middle Ages. A travel suitcase from Flanders in the Renaissance period in the 15th century. The case has extremely artfully, hand forged fittings and ornaments. The piece of furniture is on display in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

Dieter Rams Chair RZ 62, 1962. Furniture design.

Dieter Rams Chair RZ 62. Vintage Furniture design. Braun Germany.

Dieter Rams Chair RZ 62

Dieter Rams Chair RZ 62, 1962.

Dieter Rams is usually taken as a designer for the variety in Braun electric appliances of the 50s, 60s combined. Here is another example of its universality as one of the greatest international designers. Chair RZ 62, for Vitsoe & Zapf, Eschborn, Germany
The simplicity of the Design of Dieter Rams, Hans Gugelot, Max Bill in other words, “Everything is perfectly clear and simple, of course, everything is so pure and beautiful, corresponding to the Japanese word kirei, that means pure and beautiful (Bruno Taut in: The architectural wonders of Japan).