Vintage reversible rocking chair by Brockhage, Andrä and Mart Stam for Siegfried Lenz Berggieszhübel, 1950s

Netherlands

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About this vintage design furniture

Reversible rocking chair, walker for children designed by Hans Brockhage and Erwin Andrä under the supervision of Mart Stam for the firm Siegfried Lenz Berggieszhübel in ca. 1950. Hans Brockhage studied at the University of Fine Arts in Dresden from 1947 to 1952 under the supervision of Mart Stam. The swing car was designed by Hans Brockhage at “der Werkkunstschule” in Dresden (then GDR) under the direction of Mart Stam. The walker looks a bit like the Volkswagen beetle. It can be used as a rocking chair and if you turn it over as a walker. In 1956, this play car won the “Spiel Gut” award for its unusual design. This is the first version with red wooden wheels. Dimensions: h x w x d = 39 x 98 x 38 cm. Source: book Marianne Brandt, Hans Brockhage and Reinhold Lindner, pages 145 and 151 (see photo). Reference : 294052

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Features

Length
98 cm
Height
39 cm
Depth
38 cm
Designer
Mart STAM
Condition
Good
Style
Mid Century
Period
1950s
Origin
German
Colour
Wood
Secondary colour
Red
Main material
Beech
Other material
Plywood

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About the designer

Mart STAM

1899 - 1986

Mart Stam is a Dutch architect and designer. He is one of the leading exponents of the modern movement.

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