Soraya by Gaia & Gino

Soraya by Gaia & Gino

Wonderful! One of the finest modernist Jewelry pieces we have ever seen.
Pure and organic in form, an instant icon of modern design.
For him, for her, always in style.

Made of high quality stainless steel in France.

The "Queens & Kings" jewelry collection was named after the famous Ottoman / East Empire Sultans and their wives: Osman, Soraya, Esma and Aisha.

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Droog Optical Glass Set

Droog Optical Glass Set

The Optical Glasses are both functional and beautiful to look at. Their shape is surprisingly ergonomic and they feel very comfortable in your hand. Packed as a set of 4.

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Archimedes Letter Scale

Archimedes Letter Scale

Droog Design, Netherlands.

The letter scale uses Archimedes's principle to weigh letters. A graduated cylinder of pyrex glass is floating in liquid. The weight of the letter pushes down the upper cylinder, thus causing the liquid to rise in between the two cylinders. The movement is thus measured and transferred into weight units.

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Float Wave Chaise

Float Wave Chaise

We love the fluid forms and tactile quality of this beautiful modernist line designed by architect Jeanne Scandura. Sculptural and graceful, vibrant and colorful, Float is sensual modernism. Inspired by the lines of modern architecture and materials of surf culture, each piece is the result of handcrafted manufacturing. The Float collection evokes a range of atmospheres from Mediterranean poolside to urban loft chic. All products are appropriate for contract use and suitable for commercial, institutional, and residential use, indoors or out (gell-coat line).

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"Hug" Salt and Pepper Shakers

"Hug" Salt and Pepper Shakers

As featured in Wallpaper- and I.D. magazine.

The very nature of the "Hug Salt and Pepper Shaker" connotes love, making it a perfect gift for your loved ones!

The bold use of black and white suggests that we are all brothers and sisters on this planet and we need to treat each other with kindness, compassion and respect. The rethinking of a salt and pepper set on this level, as well the clever geometric aspect of the design and the inherent ergonomic and storage benefits that it provides all contribute to the design's universal appeal.

Size: 3" height

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Charles & Ray Eames

Vitra Miniature: Charles & Ray Eames DSW Black
Vitra Miniature Chair, new in wooden collectors box with brochure.

Vitra original miniature chair. This amazing and highly detailed miniature is an exact copy of the original large version from Herman Miller! This miniature is very rare and is not available anywhere else. The miniatures come in a wooden box with a brochure which provides art-historical information on the background to the design, biography of the designer, and the production history of the respective chair & ottoman.

Miniature DSW chair, Designer: Charles & Ray Eames, 1950. For the first time in the history of design Charles and Ray Eames used the excellent shaping qualities of glassfibre-strengthened plastic to develop a comfortable shell adapted to the shape of the human body.

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Medusa Lamp

Olaf Von Bohr: Medusa Lamp
Valenti Luce, Italy.

This stunning lamp was designed in 1968 by Austrian born Olaf von Bohr for Valenti in Italy. Probably the most beautiful lamp that was ever designed. Made by assembling around a steel circle a number of bent and painted steel foils to form a particularly soft light diffuser. Sinuous and appealing, it combines the principles of a clear and minimal design with the timeless force of dreams and poetry. This light can be seen in the Permanent Exhibition of Italian Design at the Milan Triennial and in leading design centres. Incredible center piece in any room.

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Moon Rock Lamps

Studio Singletron: Moon Rock Lamps

A beautiful and original design from the 1960's. Each Moon Rock lamp is handcrafted in Ravenna, Italy. The lamps are first casted in fiberglass and afterwards coated with a layer of natural Italian stones (that's right...real stones)! The internal light transforms these rock sculptures into ambient lamps. Both beautiful and modern, these Moon Rock lamps give any space a natural warm atmosphere. Beautiful when lit and very relaxing to look at. Just imagine a waterfall on the background and a tranquil setting. Bulb is included with each Moon Rock lamp. Use indoors only.

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Modern Fireplace Screen

Peter Mally: Fireplace Screen Steel/Ceramic Glass
Conmoto, Germany.

Made of sleek stainless steel and ceramic glass, this beautiful contemporary item will enhance any space. Good looking enough to serve as a stand alone sculpture when the fire is not burning.

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Colorful Garden Stakes

Fauna & Flora: Colorful Garden Stakes Small (Set of 6)

Modern, colorful and fun garden stakes (set of 6). Includes Butterfly/Daisy/Tulip/Ant/Leaf/Bird (one of each). Bright candy-colored leaves, flowers and animals make these durable steel garden stakes eye catching in your garden. They will put a smile on your face every time you see the bright colors (even in winter) or when you come upon the black ant that hides amongst the fauna. Perfect for any garden but also a window box or container garden. Presented in gift box. Great gift idea!

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Jean Prouve Table

Jean Prouve Gueridon Bas Table

New official authorized version by the Prouve estate, produced by Vitra germany. Designed in 1949/50 by Jean Prouve.

In the early 1940s Jean Prouve turned his attention increasingly to wood as a material. In the case of the Gueridon Bas coffee table a sturdy top is positioned on three solid oak feet. The elements are connected to each other by means of a folded sheet metal construction. Referencing a tropical wood version of the time entitled “Table Africaine”, this re-edition is available in natural or dark oak (pictured).

The Gueridon Bas table is suitable within the domestic context as an oversized coffee table. It is also suitable for commercial projects.

Material: legs made of solid oak, table top oak veneer, natural or dark stained, natural effect varnish.

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Pulsar Style Led Watch

This modernist Drivers Watch features a classic LED display exactly like Pulsar watches that were made during the 1970's.

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Andrea Branzi Alessi

Alessi Watch: Andrea Branzi "Out_Time" Multicolor

This watch features a unique multicolor design on a silver dial which exhibits a modern open face design. Other features include a silver matte stainless steel case and a smooth gray genuine leather strap.

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Andrea Branzi Watch

Alessi Watch: Andrea Branzi "Out_Time" Double Black

This beautiful Alessi watch was designed by Andrea Branzi, known for his innovative groundbreaking creations and approach to design. "Out_Time" is a large Unisex watch. This watch features unique etched white dot indexes on the outer edge of the bezel. Indexes also appear on the inner black dial which exhibits a modern open face design. The watch also features a black stainless steel case and a smooth black genuine leather strap.

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George Nelson Ball Clock

George Nelson Ball Clock

A timeless design from the 1950's! This beautiful clock was designed by George Nelson in the 1950's and has become an Icon of Modern Design. This is an authentic re-edition, fully authorized by the Nelson estate. Easy to attach to your wall, battery operated.

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Arik Levy Kaz

Arik Levy: Kaz Candleholder/Sculpture
Gaia & Gino.

Wonderful! One of the finest modernist candleholders we have ever seen.
This candleholder looks like a small abstract work of art, good enough to serve as a stand alone sculpture when not in use.

Kaz is one of the most famous mountains in the Aegean part of Turkey which looks like an iceberg.This candleholder is the top of the iceberg that will never melt. It is a perfect imperfection of an organized chaotic form.

Made in the Czech Republic of high quality clear crystal.

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Timo Sarpaneva Festivo

Timo Sarpaneva Festivo Candle Holders for Iittala

The super modern Festivo serries was designed by Timo Sarpaneva in 1966 for Iittala, Finland. A classic in the history of modern design! You are bidding on a brand new authentic Iittala item. A stylish alternative on your modern dining table! The renowned "Festivo" line represents the best of aesthetic sophistication in Finnish design. Timo Sarpaneva's original, unconventional design continues to win awards over 40 years after its debut. For everyday or festive style.

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Pavel Janak Crystalline

Pavel Janak: Crystalline Cubist Box

No other object captures the spirit of Janak's early cubist works better than this crystal-inspired box. Probably produced as a one-off, the box is a complex composition of angles, sharp points and folded planes. The thin black lines complete the dynamic sculpture and distract from its basic function as a box. Material: earthenware, cast, hand-painted, glazed.

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Jasper Morrison Rowenta Toaster

Jasper Morrison: Rowenta Toaster
Rowenta, Germany.

Without question, the most beautiful modernist toaster that was ever created. A wide range of innovative and useful functions are harmoniously integrated with discretion into the elegant and timeless design of the Morrison toaster. Produced by Rowenta, Germany. Rowenta is the German top-of-the-range brand which creates high-quality innovative products for harmonious living and well being.

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Miguel Mila Cesta Lamp

Santa & Cole: Miguel Mila: Cesta Table Lamp

Santa & Cole: Miguel Mila: Cesta Table Lamp, imported from Europe. The Cesta, a magic lantern created by well-known designer Miguel Mila, consists of a cherry wood structure and an inner ball of light. Its oval volume and handle make it equally ideal for table tops and the floor. In the mid-sixties, the Cesta's supporting structure was made of Manila cane and the ball of light was made of plastic. Santa & Cole dignified and updated it after 1996, using heat-curved cherry wood and an opal crystal ball which enclosed the bulb, and adding a dimmer which allowed adjustment of light intensity.

It is a lamp with a sense of nostalgia, which is proving even more attractive for the newer generations. It is reminiscent of the style of lantern which hung on coastal houses as a signal for the returning sailors, and which was also found in country houses and terraces open to the dark nights of 1970s Spain. Today, it is a classic lantern found in houses with a wide range of dZcors, and bears the characteristic stamp of its designer Miguel Mila.

Like a Chinese lantern or portable torch, it would not be out of place in the Japanese palaces of the Edo period, with its careful modulation of light and shadow.

The attention to detail is reflected in the fact that not a single screw is visible, and that a wooden pin enables the handle to be turned and prevents it escaping from its guide, with the result that all the materials employed for the mechanism are wood.

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Moooi Lighting

Marcel Wanders: Long Light Pendant Lamp

Designed by Marcel Wanders, this is bound to be a classic. The lamp comes in several colors. It is perfect for both residential and commercial projects.

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Reiko Tanabe Murai stool

Reiko Tanabe: Murai stool
Designed for Tendo Japan, 1961.

Part of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art. The Murai stool is a fabulous yet hard to find icon of modern design. This wonderful stool has clean modern lines. Yet, for all it's beauty, it is surprisingly hard to find. This stool consists out of 3 parts which are connected to each other with a special process. The process to connect the 3 parts together is only mastered by a few Japanese craftsmen. The quality and finish is unsurpassed. All this beauty and craftsmenship doesn't come cheap, but then again, it was intended to be a quality and exclusive product.

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Alto Writing Desk

Andreas Engesvik: Alto Desk

A working desk for small spaces at home, office or hotels.
Beautiful contoured bentwood, timeless design.

Material: Wooden top, matt chromium plated steel tube base.

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Enzo Mari Puzzle

Enzo Mari: 16 Pesci Wooden Puzzle (Sedici Animali)
Enzo Mari, Danese, Italy.

Numbered edition. Perfect gift idea for friends, family or yourself. A classic icon of 20th century design that functions as a toy and an art piece at the same time. Designed by Enzo Mari in 1960 for Danese, Italy. This is a large puzzle. It underlines a double function: it is a puzzle object and also a "construction game" that allows a free composition of elements. Made of precious wood and contained in a sophisticated wooden gift box, 16 Animali e 16 Pesci can be considered a small art sculpture for your home; the elements can be used both individually and in multiple compositions.

Material: Oak wood, silk-screened wooden box.
Size of box: 15" l x 10.63" w x 2.17" h.

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Sirch Snow Sled

Wolfgang Sirch: Abyss Snow Sled
Sirch, Switzerland

Hand made by Switzerland's Sirch, this is one of the new classics made by Sirch. Why should the Swiss have all the fun?! The wonderful European Abyss Snow Sled is finally available in North America. Features steam-curved plywood and a wonderful streamlined design. Unlike the usual mass produced sleds, the minimal Abyss Snow Sled comes minus the distracting bells and whistles, so it's just Junior or you cruising along the wide open snow landscape.

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Bruno Munari

Bruno Munari:
Ricostruzione teorica di un oggetto immaginario

Art Edition from Danese designed by Bruno Munari in 1984 for Danese Milano, Italy. Beautiful decorative artwork in bright colors. From Danese's Edizioni d'Arte series. A stylish artwork that will brighten up any room! A stylish alternative in your modern room and office! Bottom text references the name of the designer and the year it was designed. Check our other Danese items.

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Frank Lloyd Wright Sowden

Frank Lloyd Wright Sowden House
5121 Franklin Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90027

5 Bedrooms
4.5 Bathrooms

For Lease: $30,000 / Month

Great for parties!

Created by Frank Lloyd Wright Junior, the sun of Frank Lloyd Wright. The Lloyd Wright Sowden House is a Landmark estate that is "a star in its own right" (LA Times). Featured in Architectural Digest 12/02. Architect Lloyd Wright designed this house in 1927. Is published as one of his finest works. Impressive decorative furnishings, library, media room, grmt kitchen, master suite has fireplace, dressing area, koi pond, hidden space for meditation. 3 add'l bedroom suites + maids w/separate ba, pool & spa.

Owned by Xorin Balbes. Xorin Balbes restores old houses, and in 2001 he found a monumental challenge in a crumbling 1926 structure. Built by Lloyd Wright, the son of renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Mayan-inspired building features earthen blocks stacked in a geometric pattern reminiscent of ancient temples.

The blocks weave their way from outside to inside, giving the casual chic living room structure. Statues and icons are randomly scattered throughout the home, giving the place the feeling of a newly discovered jungle ruin. Luscious colors provide a vibrant backdrop for the ancient artifacts. Balbes has brought life and vitality back to a neglected structure, creating a truly amazing home.

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Mary Anne Singer

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Mid Century Modern Mobile

Symphony in 3 movements Mobile
Flensted, Denmark.

New in gift box ceiling mobile, made by Flensted in Denmark, Europe. Symphony in 3 movements, designed in Europe in 1968. The bars create a dynamic tension between light and heavy counterpoints. It could represent the Solar System with their planets and moons. Gravity seems to have no effect on this mobile. This Mobile was created so that the elements are in constant motion while the entire Mobile maintains a harmonic balance. Watching the slow motion of a mobile is a remedy against stress. Each mobile is carefully assembled, and balanced by skilful hands. They are packed so that they are ready to hang. They make a great present for your family, friends, children or yourself!

Material: Plastic, Steel Rods.
Size: 7" x 26".

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Alexander Calder Art

Alexander Calder: Zebra Wall Weaving Signed & Numbered Edition

Alexander Calder (1898-1976)
Wall Weaving
Maguey Fiber
56" width x 84" lenght

This is an original Alexander Calder weaving, not a new production. Zebra is a stunning and colorful work of art designed by the artist in 1975. Numbered in an edition of 100 with Alexander Caler's inititals in the weave. This weaving maintains Calder’s primary colors of red and black. Zebra's iconographic image is whimsical and playful. Artistic, sturdy and utilitarian, this weaving was presented to the public in 1975 as a "soft sculpture", intended to be used as a wall hanging.

For this project Alexander Calder provided the gouache drawings and approved the colors of the hemp. During 1974 and 1975, Indians in remote villages of Guatemala, who had a long tradition of weaving, used the colored hemp to weave these wall hangings. The project aimed to preserve the culture of the indigenous people by having the Indians use their traditional skills to execute works of modern artists.

Produced in a limited edition of 100. This work, was not woven, but braided, a technique devised to accommodate Calder’s complicated designs and color patterns. Each weaving is therefore unique since it was hand made. Calder was said to have been so impressed with the workmanship that he acquired a few for the floor of his home and studio in France, as seen in some photographs of his living room in Paris.

The history behind this Calder weaving in detail:

Designed by Alexander Calder and produced by Central American weavers of Guatemala to benefit the earthquake victims of Managua in the 1970s.

Three earthquakes (that led to the making of the tapestries) struck the city of Managua, Nicaragua’s center of government, commerce and industry, on Dec. 23, 1972.

Neighboring countries like Hondouras, El Salvador and Guatemala responded immediately. Political figures like Richard Nixon, then president of the United States, sent charitable missions. Pope Paul VI sent a message of prayers and blessings to the Nicaraguan people. Celebrities like Roberto Clemente mobilized Puerto Rico and Mick Jagger and his friends presented concerts. And Catalina (Kitty) Meyer, a Manhattan socialite spearheaded a colossal visual arts project. This exhibition looks into her unique mission that produced Alexander Calder’s hammocks and wall hangings.

Kitty Meyer was a Polish Jew who escaped World War II by fleeing to Nicaragua with her family. She grew up in Managua and moved to New York 15 years later. Her response to the calamity of 1972 was to create an arts mis-sion to rebuild Managua.

Often described as a “fireball,” Meyer had been known in the art world as an art collector and a friend to many world-known artists. In 1973, she set out on a daunting task, centered on the visual arts, putting together auctions in collaboration with major auction houses, artists, dealers and collectors. Works like Salvadore Dali’s oil painting, “Homage to Nicaragua,” valued at $10,000, and Andre Derain’s “Chambourchy,” valued at $25,000 (prevailing 1972 prices) were up for sale.

Five artists responded to a letter she sent to the Art Committee for Nicaraguan Relief requesting lithographs for reproduction. Alexander Calder was among them. In 1973, Meyer visited Calder in France, bringing along a Masaya hammock as a gift for his lithograph donation to the Nicaraguan cause. Masaya hammocks, a popular product of Nicaragua, are made by natives who live by the lake southeast of Nicaragua.

Calder was fascinated with the workmanship of the hammock and, with Meyer’s support, an idea took hold that led to the making of the Calder hammocks and wall hangings. The Masaya artisans were to create hammocks and the Guatemalan artisans the wall hangings using Calder’s designs in limited editions of 100 per design.

The agreement between Calder and Meyer aimed at providing the weavers income four times the going rate. The materials were provided free to the weavers. Eight initial designs were made by Calder.

The pieces maintain Calder’s primary colors of red, blue and yellow, and his iconographic images are, at times, whimsical, and always playful. Artistic, sturdy and utilitarian, the hammocks were presented to the public as soft sculpture. Calder also designed the stand, giving the pieces some air-driven mobility. The pieces were exhibited at leading galleries in Manhattan and traveled to many Latin American cities as well.

Calder’s designs were also translated into flat works of mural size that have been called tapestries, wall hangings and floor mats. Because they are intrinsically stunning, the works are usually displayed on walls rather than put on the floor.

Calder created six more designs for wall hangings, making a set of 14 pieces produced in limited editions of 100 per design by Guatemalans, who are well-known worldwide for their weaving. The works, however, were not woven, but braided, a technique devised to accommodate Calder’s complicated designs and color patterns. Calder was said to have been so impressed with the workmanship that he acquired a few for the floor of his home and studio in France, as seen in some photographs of his living room.

The wall hangings project was a financial success and the fundraising revenue covered production expenses and wages for more than 100 peasant weavers from Central America.

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Vlastislav Hofman Cubism

Vlastislav Hofman: Ashtray
Designed by Vlastislav Hofman in 1912.
Modernista Cubist Collection, Czech Republic.

With its folded planes and suggestion of rippling movement, or possible implosion, Hofman's ashtray is a perfect illustration of his attempts to break up matter, exciting it to movement and then freezing that motion in a momentary stillness.

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Tom Dixon Eco Ware

Tom Dixon: Eco Ware Complete Set:
4 Cups, 4 Bowls and 4 plates.

Maverick design star Tom Dixon is a household name in England, where is he most famous for being the creative director of Habitat, the UK-based home-furnishings shop.

The Eco Ware line is the result of experimenting with biodegradeable plastics made from compressed natural materials such as byproducts of coconut, rice and bamboo processing. Tom Dixon created this line of biodegradeable plates, bowls and cups dubbed Eco Ware . This elegant line of sustainable tableware is 85% bamboo bound with a water-soluble polymer.

Eco Ware is fine enough for formal occasions, tough enough for the outdoors, and robust enough for every-day use. The best part is that after a long functional life (5 years give or take), the Eco Ware objects can be recyled into plant pots or simply composted back to the earth.

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Ettore Sottsass Alessi

Alessi Watch: Ettore Sottsass Ciclo Bicycle Dial Green

Ciclo Series by Ettore Sottsass. This unisex watch features an exaggerated top ring made of silver matte anodized aluminum that evokes the image of a bicycle tire. The stainless steel crown, traditionally visible form the front, is obscured by the oversized top ring suggesting the simple image of a revolving tire spinning endlessly in time. The green and white whimsical dial recalls the spokes of a bicycle. The smooth black strap made of genuine leather finishes off the look. Packaged in signature Alessi gift box. Water resistant up to 50 meters. 2 year warranty.

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Issey Miyake Watch

TO 006 Watch: Dial and Strap in Stainless Steel with Mirror Finish
Exclusive through

Designed by Tokujin Yoshioka
Produced by Issey Miyake
Developed by Seiko Instruments, Japan

The modernist "TO" line from Issey Miyake was designed by Tokujin Yoshioka, known for his innovative groundbreaking creations and approach to design. He begins with the selection of a material, then extracts its character, minimalizing design elements. As a result, the watches look as if they were sculpted from a lump of metal.

This beautiful watch is present in a metal gift box as pictured on the additional pictures.

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Enzo Mari Putrella

Enzo Mari Putrella

Limited edition. Only 100 are made of these each year! Enzo Mari created the Putrella in 1958. Putrella is a slightly bent double-T shaped beam which could be used as tray. In its essential expressive strength the Putrella appears as the paradigm of Enzo Mari's research and work. Putrella can be considered a small art sculpture for your home.

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Murano Ceiling Lamp

Mazzega di Murano: Medusa Grande Di Venezia
Mazzega di Murano, Italy.

The perfect fit for both classical and modern interiors. The beauty of light perfected! Exquisite Italian glass chandelier made in Murano, Venice. This luxurious lamp is crafted by hand with the utmost care to detail by master glass makers. This wonderful chandelier shows such amazing and intricate details. Fifteen arms of hand blown Murano glass & metal.

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Max Bill Watch

Junghans: Max Bill: Watch Model 5500 Gold

A timeless classic design from 1962! This beautiful watch was designed by Max Bill in the 1962 and has become an Icon of Modern Design. This is an authentic edition, made by the original manufacturer Junghans. Gold plated, black dial with lines, black band.

About Max Bill: Swiss-born German artist, Max Bill, was a product of the Bauhaus generation, pupil of Walter Gropius and kindred spirit of Le Corbusier and Mies Van der Rohe was. He was a virtuoso designer and creative artist, as his diverse activities as a painter, architect, sculptor, teacher, and designer amply demonstrate. His work is characterized by a clarity of design and precise proportions which are unrivalled to this day. The work of Max Bill was a continuous balancing act between free art and applied art, between severe, reduced forms and flowing natural ones, between philosophical thinking and practical application. Examining the subject of "time" was a fascinating challenge for Max Bill, and one that occupied him for decades. A remarkable example of his work is a wall clock he designed for Junghans in 1956/57.

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William Kesling MCM

William Kesling Mid Century Modern
1347 Miller Dr.
Los Angeles, CA

3 bedroom(s)
2 full bath(s)

What a stunning property this is! Sunset Strip. William Kesling streamline-moderne remodel w/ city views. 3 bd/2ba museum quality 1930s rare find on nice-sized lot.

Listing Agent:
Barry Sloane
Sotheby's International Realty - Beverly Hills Brokerage - Wilshire
9665 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Tel: (310) 786-1844

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Los Angeles Modern

Los Angeles Mid Century Modern
Sunset Strip
1529 Oriole Lane
Los Angeles, CA

3 bedroom(s)
3 full bath(s)
2,677 sq ft

Unkown architect but oh boy, what a beauty! Perfect minimal lines, simply amazing. Design and function are fused in this exquisite contemporary home. Expansive walls of glass capture explosive city to ocean views, the open floor plan flows seamlessly for entertaining. The master suite includes a fireplace, luxurious bath with state of the art infinity spa tub and at home office. There are two additional bedrooms one en-suite. Every possible detail has been explored appropriate for the original design concept, truly one of a kind in the premiere location.

Listing Agent:
Patricia Hodson
Sotheby's International Realty - Sunset Strip Brokerage
9200 Sunset Boulevard, Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90069
Tel: (310) 205-0305

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Tarzana Modern

Tarzana Mid Century Modern
Tarzana, California

3 bedroom(s)
3 full bath(s)
1 half bath(s)

Meticulous restoration of this mid-century-modern architectural contemporary compound nestled on over an acre of extraordinary grounds. Enter this ultra-private and gated paradise via a long driveway which flows past the Zen gardens, pool and cabana. Natural light bathes the wood, glass, concrete, and steel interiors of the main house, +/-4200sf, & separate guest quarters w/ an additional bd/ba. Architect was not listed unfortunately.

Susan Montgomery
Sotheby's International Realty - Pacific Palisades Brokerage
15308 Sunset Boulevard
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
Tel: (310) 454-0080

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Los Angeles Contemporary

Los Angeles Contemporary
10710 Chalon Road
Bel Air, Los Angeles, CA

Bedrooms: 4
Baths: 4
40,266 sq ft

Offered at: $6,900,000

Private, secure, walled and gated compound in prime lower Bel Air. 4 Bedroom 4.5 bath plus spectacular pool house. One bedroom guest house over garage. Finest materials & workmanship throughout. Huge climate controlled storageroom would make perfect gym. Screening room with floor to ceiling windows, library, wet bar, new bath. Lush landscaped with specimen plants & Koi pond.

David Findley
Sotheby's International Realty - Brentwood Brokerage
11911 San Vicente Boulevard
Brentwood, CA 90049
Tel: (310) 345-6911

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A. Quincy Jones Architect

A. Quincy Jones Architect Bel-Air Estate
Bel Air, Los Angeles, California

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 5

Offered at: $8,350,000

Private and gated one acre estate with infinity pool view and tennis court in prime Chalon Road setting near the Hotel. Overlooks 7th Hole to the city lights. Very unassuming exterior the home explodes into an 8,000 sq. ft. architectural dream world of large open-volume verdant living with large spa, dining, family rooms with extreme high beam ceilings & rows of skylights - stone, gourmet kitchen with granite, master with his/hers, 3 beds with 5 baths plus den.

Listing Agents:

Drew Mandile
Sotheby's International Realty - Beverly Hills Brokerage - Wilshire
9665 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Tel: (310) 786-1803

Brooke Knapp
Sotheby's International Realty - Beverly Hills Brokerage - Wilshire
9665 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Tel: (310) 786-1802

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