Unknown Classics of the 20th century
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Our unbelievably knowledgeable curators and our refined fiduciary collectors open their 1930 Louis Vuitton coffers to show us a little insight into their personal collection of stunning, yet lesser known architecture and design gems of the 20th century, featuring designs from the US, Germany, Italy, Japan and Russia.
Pier Luigi Nervi, Stadio Giovanni Berta, Firenze, 1932
Chair model B407, Gebrüder Thonet, designed by Ferdinand Kramer, 1927
Kuroda Tatsuaki, Sekishitsu laquer box, 1957
Bisiluro da corsa, designed by Carlo Mollino for Enrico Nardi, Torino, 1955
Wear-Ever Tea Kettle, Lurelle Guild, 1932
Carlo Mollino, Theatre chairs for the RAI auditorium, Torino 1951
Earl S. Tupper, Tumblers, 1954
Tatra T-87, 1937, designed by Hans Ledwinka
Teatro Regio, Carlo Mollino 1965
Shabolovka Radio Tower, Vladimir Shukov, Moscow 1922
Kikutake Kionori, Marine City, 1963
Corning Glass, Frying pan, company design, 1942
Peter Schlumbohm, Chemex Coffee maker, 1941
Shabolovka Radio Tower, Vladimir Shukov, Moscow 1922
M.A. Ilyin, Melnikov House, Moscow 1931
Louis Kahn, Traffic study, project Philadelphia, 1952
Kenzo Tange, Hiroshima Peace center, 1955
Pietro Lingeri, Clubhouse at Lake Como, 1931
Gino Levi Montalcini, Mostra Nazionale della Moda, Torino 1932
Bruno Taut, glass pavillon, 1914
Light of Thought
Le Moigne
Heaven & Hell
Hell & Heaven
Cope: Product
Cope: Architecture
Parc de la Villette, Paris
バガボンド summer collection
Golden Clothes
Chromatology
Poul Kjaerholm: PK0
House of Clouds
Sietch Nevada
Glasskogen
Schlör car
Jacob Jensen
Handmade Cafe
Édouard Vuillard: Turn of the Century Paris
Paper architecture
Icons of American Design: George Nelson
fractal facade
Summer seating: Hoop chairs by Raymond Loewy, Hans J. Wegner and Franco Albini
Palais Bulles and Antti Lovag
Nouveau Angkor
SciFi Archigram
Classicist Carceri
Australian time
Heinrich Hoerle, Franz Wilhelm Seiwert and Anton Raederscheidt
Analogue
Chalet C7, Andes Mountains
Architectural Fun Ride
A house at the beach: Cerro Tacna by Max Núñez
Les Ateliers Guyon
Alessandro Stabile
A Mirror Darkly
Hiroyuki Tanaka
Designing a 56 sqm bistro in Tokyo
Modigliani: Your real duty is to save your dream
Amir Zaki: Southern California
The Art of Writing. The Rebirth of the Ogatsu Inkstone
Johansen Faurschou
MERCKX + MAES
Daniel Lorch
Minoru Yamasaki and Jean Baudrillard
Paolo Martin: Ferrari Modulo The story of an idea
Luigi Pellegrin: A Radical Visionary of Architecture
SAYAMA FLAT
A ROOM IN MARUYAMACHO
AKAHASHI HIROKO OSHIAGE STUDIO
OKOMEYA
Gernot Oberfell and Jan Wertel
Studio Zanini
S&O design
Passo del Rombo / Timmelsjoch
Sculptural offices
Go boat and pop up
LENS°ASS
FLOAT
László Moholy-Nagy
François Azambourg: Lighting
We imagine more objects to make less objects
4P1B Milan
Désormeaux/Carrette
人類の進歩と調和: Osaka Expo 1970
Etienne Meneau
DIY Design
Carlos Cruz-Diez: Chromointerference
Artek + Vitra : Micasa, SP
Traffic lights
Something remote
MR House, Costa Esmeralda
Monet and the Birth of Impressionism
Smart traditions
Mestizio
Imaginary cities
Speculative Architecture
Japanese Swiss Greek
見つめる家 House of Vision
Scape House 窓辺の家 / Kouichi Kimura 木村浩
Pili Wu: Plastic Classic
Hermetic city
Frederik Delbart: Functional
Multipode
OUTDOOR KITCHEN
10 Calories Tower
New Museum
X Spanish Biennial
Neutra Furniture
佐藤 卓 Taku Satoh
Greenhouses for the city: Spaceplates
Libor Sosták
Authentic Fake
China
Trylon and Perisphere
chocolate design
Oskar Peet and Sophie Mensen: OS ∆ OOS
The Tallest Buildings in the World
Contemporary Turkish Design: Naiftasarim
100 Years Caran d´Ache Pencils
Moyen Format Numérique
Fernando & Humberto Campana: Quintessentially Brazilian
Alessandro Ciffo
Serve Up!
POOL
Geckeler Michels
Weapons of Mass Distraction
Daniel Salemi
Shinn Asano 代表 浅野真一郎
Andréason and Leibel
Vicky Moon: Mid-century Modern
Best Highrises 2014/15
Carl Fredrik Svenstedt: Stone House
Ostrea sofa by Annika Göransson: The design process
Michaël Bihain
Hanhsi Chen and Shikai Tseng
Zhili Liu 刘知礼
I like it. What is it?
Elio Martinelli
Modular Constructivism: Norman Carlberg and Erwin Hauer
18 classic chairs