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D2 — Grey Ash-Erich Dieckmann-TYP-AAVVGG D2 — Grey Ash-Erich Dieckmann-TYP-AAVVGG D2 — Grey Ash-Erich Dieckmann-TYP-AAVVGG

D2 — Grey Ash , Erich Dieckmann , TYP

$529 CAD

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This chair is the maximum in reduction. Designed by Erich Dieckmann at the Bauhaus around 1930, the D2 is a classic side chair that is now in production for the first time.

  • Erich Dieckmann, Germany c1930
  • Solid ash frame with ash plywood seat and back
  • Aniline Stained Grey
  • Made in Italy
  • Height 84cm / 33"
  • Width 41cm / 16"
  • Depth 50cm / 20"
  • Seat Height 47cm / 18.5"

Erich Dieckmann

Berlin, Germany

Berlin-born designer Erich Dieckmann (1896-1944) is one of the most important furniture designers of the Bauhaus. Much like Marcel Breuer, Dieckmann experimented with steel tubing and its application in the design of furniture – however, he is primarily known for his pieces in wood.

In 1921, he enrolled at the Bauhaus in Weimar and between 1921-1925, he served an apprenticeship there as a carpenter. Erich Dieckmann’s designs for seating pieces are strictly geometric, consisting of frames based on right angles and curves which were virtually square or circular in cross-section. Another typical feature of his work is linking armrests and chair legs in a runner construction.

Dieckmann used quality hardwoods, beech, cherry, oak and ash as well as rattan and cane matting which moderated the austere geometry of the pieces. Standardization of construction was emphasized to keep the prices of these mass-produced pieces as low as possible.

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TYP is a publisher of furniture, objects and editions for cafés, hotels, restaurants and all other public spaces - and of course for unique private homes.

Produced with an emphasis on quality, they vary materials, colours and proportions to create objects for long lasting, every day use.

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