Descrizione del prodotto
Plywood, second generation upholstery
30 in. (76.2 cm) high
Rudolph Schindler designed two residences for Beata Inaya, neither of which was ever built. However, he did produce a suite of furniture for her as part of a remodelling project, and the twelve pieces comprising that suite are currently in the collection of the How House, Los Angeles. Schindler also produced another set of eight chairs for Inaya, the only surviving examples of which are offered here.
Marla C. Berns, ed., The Furniture of R.M. Schindler, Santa Barbara, 1997, p. 146 (for a chair of the same model from the Druckman House, 1941-1942, in the collection of the University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara)
Sotheby's would like to thank Robert Sweeney, President, Friends of the Schindler House, for his assistance in cataloguing this and the following lot.