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Model

lounge chairs and ottoman

Year of origin
1955
Brand

Widdicomb

Description

wood
new upholstery
very good condition
h 79 / w 66 / d 86 cm


A combination of three pieces perfectly matched in the classic design of the US designer T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings. The newly upholstered cushions provide exquisite seating comfort. The set is complete with two lounge chairs and a ottoman. Manufactured by Widdicomb. Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings is a British-born architect, decorator, furniture designer, tastemaker and thinker whose innovative ideas in interior design during the postwar era have had a formative impact on American interior taste. In the emergence of middleclass US-American style during the formative years of modernism the studied architect has a significant role in steering popular taste away from Art Moderne toward a genuine US-American modernism shared with Paul Mccobb, Estelle & Levine Laverne and Edward Wormley.