Mid Century, Pair wood and rope chairs. Attributed to Klauss Grabbe. Marked Robert Kayton Associates, Kingston ,NY Fantastic silouette and lines. All original nylon rope in very good vintage condtion. One minor white spot on one chair's rop (1/8" white dirt spot) The original finish may have been covered with a brown stain along time ago. Sold as is.
24" W x 24" D x 32" back height. seat height 17"
Other Bauhaus alums that came to Mexico include Hannes Meyer, and closer to our vintage pursuits, Klaus Grabe and Michael Van Beuren. Grabe, another Albers student, Van Beuren, also a former student of the Bauhaus, and Morely Webb together won first prize for a lounge chair in the 1941 MoMA competition. (Mexico scored a double as Porset also won a prize). The chair was subsequently edited by the company Domus, established by the three designers as the premier modern furniture editor in the country.