American artist, architect and Designer
Kipp Stewart is an American artist, architect and furniture designer from California.
His very classic designs are known for their structure and order and his Pieces can be found in large hotels, corporations, huge yachts, university campuses, Thousands of homes around the world and even the White House. When Stewart tramps to school at 15, he sees the drawings in a shop window a furniture designer and is impressed sustainable. To escape his home environment he goes to the Navy at 17 and serves on a ship in the Pacific.
From the the late 1940s he studied architecture and design at the Chouinard Art Institute (now Cal Arts) in Los Angeles. He hands a chair design with a clever one Spring mechanism at the The Good Design Show at the New York Museum of Modern Art Art and wins.
As a young father he travels to Europe with his family, lives in Italy and for two years in Bermuda, from where he works for a New York furniture producer. At the age of 25, he works for LA-based architect Viktor Gruen. Later, Stewart works with Charles Eames, teaching design at Chouinard and the Jepson Art Institute. He designs for Drexel, Directional and Summit Furniture, among others.