Josef Albers Bookshelf
When Bauhaus assistant director Josef Albers and his Bauhaus- trained textile designer wife, Anni Albers, immigrated to the USA to teach at Black Mountain College in 1933, they strengthened and vitalized modern art in this country through careers that spanned half a century. Josef Albers had already created an important body of functional and beautiful furniture when he was called to direct the Furniture Workshop at the Bauhaus after Marcel Breuer's departure in 1928. Included are these extraordinary pieces of great simplicity and contemporary relevance.
Dark horizontal elements intersect seamlessly with lighter verticals in mathematical proportions. Solid fumed and waxed American white oak, made in the USA by hand. 55"H x 55"W x 13.8"D, allow for variation in wood grain and tone.
- Design Country: Germany
- Material: Solid White Oak
- Dimensions: 55"H x 55"W x 13.8"D
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