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Dining chair, ca. 1912. Hector Guimard

Dining Chair The chair was designed for the dining room of Hector Guimard house in Paris, after his marriage It demonstrates the innovative decorative style for which Guimard was known. Conceived entirely in plant forms and united by soft, flowing curves.

Joseph Hoffmann, Purkersdorf Fauteuil, 1904 und Teppich für das Palais Stoclet, 1906/2008. Foto © Manfred Wolff

Joseph Hoffmann, Purkersdorf Fauteuil, 1904 und Teppich für das Palais Stoclet, 1906/2008. Foto © Manfred Wolff

PALAIS STOCLET hall

Stocket House - Bearing testimony to artistic renewal in European architecture, the house retains a high level of integrity, both externally and internally as it retains most of its original fixtures and furnishings.