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Carl Aubock: The Workshop, 1930 - 1970.
AUBOCK. Kois, Clemens and Brian Janusiak.
Carl Aubock: The Workshop, 1930 - 1970.
The work Austria's premier design and fabrication shop-specializing in modern and sophisticated objects for the home in bronze, horn, wood, wicker, leather, and glass for over a century-is collected in Carl Aubock: The Workshop. The Werkstatte (Workshop) Carl Aubock was founded in the 19th century-one of many workshops in Vienna specializing in bronze-casting. However, Carl Aubock II (1900-1957) was one of the very few Viennese students who attended the Bauhaus in post-World War I Weimar, and when he returned to the Workshop he brought inspiration from this new design movement. Expert craftsmanship and superior quality materials such as hand-sewn leather, polished bronze, and various woods became the signature of the Bauhaus-inspired Aubock Workshop and many of their whimsical, modernist designs stand out as prescient objets d'art.

Category: Design, Furniture
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 240 pp
Publisher: powerHouse Books.
Year: 2012
ISBN: 9781576876152
Book Id: 93114

Price: $60.00
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