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Erich Dieckmann Bauhaus Armchair 'M42' in Walnut and Striped Fabric
By Erich Dieckmann
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Erich Dieckmann, armchair model 'M42', walnut and fabric, Germany, 1930s This is a rare Bauhaus armchair by the German designer Erich Dieckmann created in the 1930s. It's composed o...
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Vintage 1930s German Bauhaus Chairs

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Fabric, Walnut

Lounge Chair by Erich Dieckmann
By Bauhaus Deutschland, Erich Dieckmann
Located in JM Haarlem, NL
Erich Dieckmann (1896-1944) had already spent some time studying architecture in Danzig (Gdansk) and painting in Dresden, when he joined the Bauhaus in Weimar in 1921. After finishin...
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Vintage 1920s German Bauhaus Armchairs

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Steel, Chrome

  • Lounge Chair by Erich Dieckmann
  • Lounge Chair by Erich Dieckmann
  • Lounge Chair by Erich Dieckmann
  • Lounge Chair by Erich Dieckmann
H 30.32 in. W 25.01 in. D 35.83 in.
1920s Brown Beech Single Chair by Erich Dieckmann 'd'
By University of Applied Crafts, Weimar 1, Marcel Breuer, Erich Dieckmann
Located in Frankfurt, Hessen, DE
Beech chair by Erich Dieckmann, Germany, 1926. The single chair by Erich Dieckmann from 1926 is made out of beech and has a typically, clear design. The rectangular stand construc...
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Vintage 1920s German Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

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Beech, Plywood

1920s Brown Beech Single Chair by Erich Dieckmann 'e'
By University of Applied Crafts, Weimar 1, Erich Dieckmann, Marcel Breuer
Located in Frankfurt, Hessen, DE
Beech chair by Erich Dieckmann, Germany, 1926. The single chair by Erich Dieckmann from 1926 is made out of beech and has a typically, clear design. The rectangular stand construc...
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Vintage 1920s German Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

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Beech, Plywood, Cane

1920s Brown Beech Single Chair by Erich Dieckmann 'C'
By University of Applied Crafts, Weimar 1, Erich Dieckmann, Marcel Breuer
Located in Frankfurt, Hessen, DE
Beech chair by Erich Dieckmann, Germany, 1926. The single chair by Erich Dieckmann from 1926 is made out of beech and has a typically, clear design. The rectangular stand construc...
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Vintage 1920s German Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

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Beech, Plywood

1920s Brown Beech Single Chair by Erich Dieckmann 'f'
By University of Applied Crafts, Weimar 1, Marcel Breuer, Erich Dieckmann
Located in Frankfurt, Hessen, DE
Beech chair by Erich Dieckmann, Germany, 1926. The single chair by Erich Dieckmann from 1926 is made out of beech and has a typically, clear design. The rectangular stand construc...
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Vintage 1920s German Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

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Cane, Beech, Plywood

1920s brown oak, white upholstery Lounge Chairs by Erich Dieckmann
By University of Applied Crafts, Weimar 1, Erich Dieckmann
Located in Frankfurt, Hessen, DE
Lounge chairs in oak, new upholstery, Erich Dieckmann, Germany, 1928. The two lounge chairs by Erich Dieckmann from 1928 are made out of solid oak in a decidedly clear design. The r...
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Vintage 1920s German Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

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Upholstery, Oak

Thonet 1930s Cantilever Armchair in the Style of Erich Dieckmann, Gilbert Rhode
By Thonet, Gilbert Rohde
Located in London, GB
Attributed to Thonet, Bauhaus 1930s tubular steel cantilever armchair in the style of Erich Dieckmann or Gilbert Rhode.
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Mid-20th Century European Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

Materials

Steel

Set of Four Erich Dieckmann Bauhaus Lounge Chairs for Gelanka , Germany 1930s
By Erich Dieckmann
Located in Almelo, NL
A set of four rare Bauhaus lounge chairs designed by Erich Dieckmann, manufactured by Gelanka Tyskland in Germany around 1930 in very good original patinated condition. Made of high...
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Mid-20th Century German Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

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Beech

Bauhaus Tubular Steel Chair by Erich Dieckmann, Manufactured by Cebaso, 1931
By Cebaso, Erich Dieckmann
Located in Berlin, DE
Bauhaus tubular steel chair by Erich Dieckmann, manufactured by Cebaso (Carl Beck & Alfred Schulze AG), Ondurf, Türingen, Germany, 1931.
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Vintage 1930s German Bauhaus Chairs

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Steel

Pair of Bauhaus Lounge Chairs by Erich Dieckmann for Gelenka in Beechwood, 1930s
By Erich Dieckmann, Gelenka DDP
Located in Berlin, DE
Beautiful pair of Bauhaus Lounge Chairs by Erich Dieckmann. They are where made around 1930 by the company Gelenka. They are made out of solid beech and the seats and the backrest ar...
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Vintage 1930s German Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

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Beech

Patinated Bauhaus Lounge Chairs by Erich Dieckmann for Gelanka Tyskland, 1930s
By Erich Dieckmann
Located in Almelo, NL
Patinated Bauhaus lounge chairs designed by Erich Dieckmann, manufactured by Gelanka Tyskland in Germany, circa 1930. Made of high quality bent beech plywood with webbed seats and ba...
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Mid-20th Century German Bauhaus Armchairs

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Bentwood

Patinated Bauhaus Lounge Chair by Erich Dieckmann for Gelanka Tyskland, 1930s
By Erich Dieckmann
Located in Almelo, NL
Patinated Bauhaus lounge chair designed by Erich Dieckmann, manufactured by Gelanka Tyskland in Germany, circa 1930. Made of high quality bent beech plywood with webbed seats and bac...
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Mid-20th Century German Bauhaus Armchairs

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Bentwood

Very Rare 1920s Stained Beech Chair by Erich Dieckmann 'b'
By University of Applied Crafts, Weimar 1, Marcel Breuer, Erich Dieckmann
Located in Frankfurt, Hessen, DE
Stained beech chair by Erich Dieckmann, Germany, 1926. The single chair by Erich Dieckmann from 1926 is made out of stained beech and has a typically, clear design. The rectangula...
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Vintage 1920s German Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

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Plywood, Beech

Very Rare 1920s Brown Beech Chair by Erich Dieckmann
By University of Applied Crafts, Weimar 1, Marcel Breuer, Erich Dieckmann
Located in Frankfurt, Hessen, DE
Beech chair by Erich Dieckmann, Germany, 1926. The single chair by Erich Dieckmann from 1926 is made out of beech and has a typically, clear design. The rectangular stand construc...
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Vintage 1920s German Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

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Beech, Plywood

Erich Dieckmann Set of 4 Bauhaus Arm Chairs
Located in Bryn Mawr, PA
This set consist of a pair of lounge/dining armchairs by German Bauhuas designer Erich Dieckmann. These unusual bentwood armchairs have seat and backrests of elastically interlock...
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Vintage 1930s German Armchairs

  • Erich Dieckmann Set of 4 Bauhaus Arm Chairs
  • Erich Dieckmann Set of 4 Bauhaus Arm Chairs
  • Erich Dieckmann Set of 4 Bauhaus Arm Chairs
  • Erich Dieckmann Set of 4 Bauhaus Arm Chairs
H 32.3 in. W 23.6 in. D 25.2 in.
Erich Dieckmann Bauhaus Lounge Chair
By Erich Dieckmann
Located in Weesp, NL
Bauhaus Erich Dieckmann lounge chair. A rare Bauhaus/Art Deco armchair by german designer Erich Dieckmann created in the 1930s composed of beech and rope. The curved beechwood fra...
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Vintage 1930s German Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

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Rope, Beech

  • Erich Dieckmann Bauhaus Lounge Chair
  • Erich Dieckmann Bauhaus Lounge Chair
  • Erich Dieckmann Bauhaus Lounge Chair
  • Erich Dieckmann Bauhaus Lounge Chair
H 38.59 in. W 22.25 in. D 25.6 in.
Beechwood Bauhaus Lounge Chair by Erich Dieckmann
By Erich Dieckmann, Gelenka DDP
Located in Berlin, DE
This beechwood Bauhaus lounge chair by Erich Dieckmann with a tension sprung articulated seat and back is very rare. The chair is very comfortable and has a unique look. A timeless...
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Vintage 1930s German Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

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Beech

  • Beechwood Bauhaus Lounge Chair by Erich Dieckmann
  • Beechwood Bauhaus Lounge Chair by Erich Dieckmann
  • Beechwood Bauhaus Lounge Chair by Erich Dieckmann
  • Beechwood Bauhaus Lounge Chair by Erich Dieckmann
H 29.93 in. W 23.23 in. D 29.93 in.
Rare 1930s Brown Cane Chair by Erich Dieckmann
By Marcel Breuer, Erich Dieckmann
Located in Frankfurt, Hessen, DE
Rattan chair by Erich Dieckmann, Germany, 1931. The single chair by Erich Dieckmann from 1931 is made out of cane. Although the shape is curvy, the rattan chair keeps the typical cl...
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Vintage 1930s German Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

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Cane, Rattan

  • Rare 1930s Brown Cane Chair by Erich Dieckmann
  • Rare 1930s Brown Cane Chair by Erich Dieckmann
  • Rare 1930s Brown Cane Chair by Erich Dieckmann
  • Rare 1930s Brown Cane Chair by Erich Dieckmann
H 31.11 in. W 21.66 in. D 27.56 in.
Original Rare Bauhaus Armchair by Erich Dieckmann, 1925
Located in Boven Leeuwen, NL
This is a rare and original Bauhaus armchair by Erich Dieckmann. Erich Dieckmann was one of the most important furniture designers at the Bauhaus, developing type ranges for seat ...
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Vintage 1920s German Bauhaus Lounge Chairs

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Papercord, Bentwood

Erich Dieckmann Bauhaus Chair For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more with respect to the erich dieckmann bauhaus chair you’re looking for at 1stDibs. Each erich dieckmann bauhaus chair for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using wood, beech and hardwood. There are many kinds of the erich dieckmann bauhaus chair you’re looking for, from those produced as long ago as the 20th Century to those made as recently as the 20th Century. A erich dieckmann bauhaus chair is a generally popular piece of furniture, but those created in styles are sought with frequency. You’ll likely find more than one erich dieckmann bauhaus chair that is appealing in its simplicity, but University of Applied Crafts, Weimar, Gelenka DDP and Bauhaus Deutschland produced versions that are worth a look.

How Much is a Erich Dieckmann Bauhaus Chair?

Prices for a erich dieckmann bauhaus chair can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $2,456 and can go as high as $28,258, while the average can fetch as much as $4,710.

A Close Look at bauhaus Furniture

The Bauhaus was a progressive German art and design school founded by the architect Walter Gropius that operated from 1919 to 1933. The name Bauhaus is derived from the German verb bauen, “to build.” Under the school’s innovative curriculum, students were taught the fine arts, such as painting and sculpture, as well as practical skills like carpentry and metalworking. The goal of the Bauhaus was to erase the distinction between art and craft, while embracing the use of new technologies and materials.

The school moved from Weimar in 1925 to the city of Dessau, where it enjoyed its heyday under Gropius, then Hannes Meyer and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. The period from 1932 to 1933 when it operated in Berlin under Mies was its final chapter. Despite its brief existence, the Bauhaus has had an enduring influence on art and design, and is regarded by many as the 20th century’s chief crucible of modernism. The faculty roster reads like a who’s who of modernist creative genius, and included such artists as Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky and László Moholy-Nagy along with architects and designers like Mies and Marcel Breuer.

Bauhaus design style reflects the tenets by which these creators worked: simplicity, clarity and function. They disdained superfluous ornament in favor of precise construction. The furniture of the Bauhaus and its followers married industrial and natural materials in simple, geometric forms. Seating pieces were made with tubular metal or molded plywood frames, and upholstered with leather or cane. Above all, as you can discern on 1stDibs, designs in the Bauhaus style offer aesthetic flexibility. They can be the elements of a wholly spare, minimalist space, the quiet foundation of an environment in which color and pattern come from one’s own collection of art and artifacts.

Finding the Right Lounge Chairs for You

While this specific seating is known to all for its comfort and familiar form, the history of how your favorite antique, new or vintage lounge chair came to be is slightly more ambiguous.

Although there are rare armchairs dating back as far as the 17th century, some believe that origins of the first official “lounge chair” are tied to Hungarian modernist designer-architect Marcel Breuer. Sure, Breuer wasn’t exactly reinventing the wheel when he introduced the Wassily lounge chair in 1925, but his recliner was indeed revolutionary for its integration of bent tubular steel.

Officially, a lounge chair is simply defined as a “comfortable armchair,” which allows for the shape and material of the furnishings to be extremely diverse. Whether or not chaise longues make the cut for this category is a matter of frequent debate.

The Eames lounge chair, on the other hand, has come to define somewhat of a universal perception of what a lounge chair can be. Introduced in 1956, the Eames lounge (and its partner in cozy, the ottoman) quickly became staples in television shows, prestigious office buildings and sumptuous living rooms. Venerable American mid-century modern designers Charles and Ray Eames intended for it to be the peak of luxury, which they knew meant taking furniture to the next level of style and comfort. Their chair inspired many modern interpretations of the lounge — as well as numerous copies.

On 1stDibs, find a broad range of authentic lounge chairs that includes everything from antique Victorian-era seating to vintage mid-century modern lounge chairs by craftsmen such as Hans Wegner to contemporary choices from today’s innovative designers.