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Creator: Helmut Magg
Helmut Magg Desk for WK Möbel, Germany, 1950s
By Helmut Magg
Located in Wrocław, Poland
This desk was designed by Helmut Magg in 1950s and produced by Neue Gemeinschaft für Wohnkultur, WK Möbel and still has the original label in one of the drawers. The design is simple...
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1950s German Mid-Century Modern Vintage Helmut Magg Furniture

Materials

Cherry, Maple

Helmut Magg Sideboard Model 211/2 Mid-Century Modern
By Deutsche Werstätten, Helmut Magg
Located in Berlin, BE
Exceptionally big and well designed sideboard by Helmut Magg. Beautiful piece built in the Mid-1960s.
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Mid-20th Century German Mid-Century Modern Helmut Magg Furniture

Materials

Steel

Helmut Magg Mid Century Model 3024 Oak Leather Dining Chair Deutsche Werkstätten
By Helmut Magg
Located in Munich, Bavaria
This chair is designed by Helmut Magg for German manufacture Deutsche Werkstätten. The frame is made of oiled oak, the seat is in black saddle leather. The model is 3024. The chai...
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Mid-20th Century German Mid-Century Modern Helmut Magg Furniture

Materials

Leather, Oak

Helmut Magg Mid Century Model 3024 Leather Dining Chair Deutsche Werkstätten
By Helmut Magg
Located in Munich, Bavaria
This chair is designed by Helmut Magg for German manufacture Deutsche Werkstätten. The frame is made of walnut, the seat and armrest in black saddle leather. The model is 3024 and wa...
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Mid-20th Century German Mid-Century Modern Helmut Magg Furniture

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Walnut, Leather

Helmut Magg Mid- Century Leather Armchair Chair for Deutsche Werkstätten, 1958
By Helmut Magg
Located in Munich, Bavaria
This sculptural armchair is designed 1958 by Helmut Magg for German manufacture Deutsche Werkstätten. The frame is made of oak, the seat and armrest in black leather. The model is DeWe 1172 A. This Magg Chair is very rare and hard to find in this original condition. One of the finest German Mid -century chair. As many designers in this era Helmut also was strongly inspired by the danish craftsmen and movement. The armchair has references to Jacob Kjaer UN...
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Mid-20th Century German Mid-Century Modern Helmut Magg Furniture

Materials

Leather, Oak

Iconic "Lady Desk" by Helmut Magg for WK Möbel, Midcentury, 1950s
By Helmut Magg
Located in Wrocław, Poland
This is the famous desk designed by Helmut Magg, also known as „Lady Desk”. Produced by Neue Gemeinschaft für Wohnkultur, WK Möbel in 1950s. The design is simple yet very elegant. It...
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1950s German Mid-Century Modern Vintage Helmut Magg Furniture

Materials

Ash

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Helmut Magg, Desk for WK Möbel, 1954
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Helmut Magg German Mid-Century Modern Walnut Sideboard by Deutsche Werkstatten
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Helmut Magg Daybed for Deutsche Werkstätten Hellerau, Germany, 1950s
By Deutsche Werkstätten Hellerau, Helmut Magg
Located in Utrecht, NL
This rare daybed by German architect and furniture designer Helmut Magg (1927-2013) breathes the aesthetics of 1950s design. With a clear occupation with geometry, Magg’s architectural prowess is evident in the lines of this daybed. The keywords regarding this model are quality, design and understated elegance. A daybed is the perfect cross between a chaise longue, a couch, and a bed, and could serve all these purposes. The slender, slightly conical legs are made from cherry wood with a beautiful dark shade that attracts the eye. The legs balance out the body well, creating a light, airy look. The elegant shape is formed by the slightly raised back and the round, soft edges. The geometrical pillows are a unique addition that add visual interest and break the flat and straight lines of the body and legs. This daybed is an exceptional piece of post-war German design, and this original model remains very limited in numbers. This daybed and pillows have been reupholstered in premium alpaca-wool blend fabric, which guarantees outstanding comfort and softness. The manufacturer, Deutsche Werkstätten, in the Hellerau district of the German city of Dresden, is a still existing German company with a long history dating back to the 19th century. The company archives are deemed a valuable cultural asset and were even provided with legal protection. Condition: In good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use. The chair and pillows have been reupholstered recently in premium alpaca and wool blend fabric. Dimensions: 77.16 in W x 35.03 in D x 19.68 in H 196 cm W x 89 cm D x 50 cm H About the Manufacturer: The workshops of Deutsche Werkstätten Hellerau were founded October 1, 1898 by Karl Schmidt-Hellerau (1873-1948) under the name Dresdner Werkstätten für Handwerkskunst Schmidt und Engelbrecht, or Schmidt and Engelbrecht Dresdner workshops for craftsmanship. They started created plywood furniture and continued developing the technique of using plywood. In 1941, they received a patent for thermally tempered wood. In 1907, Karl Schmidt-Hellerau established an industrial technical school and training workshops. Its first head was Joseph August Lux. During his years in England, Karl Schmidt-Hellerau became familiar with the idea of the garden city. In reaction to the conditions of worker's housing in Dresden, he decided together with other people, among them Friedrich Naumann, to build Germany's first garden city. This was accomplished in 1909. The cornerstone of a new factory was laid in 1909 in what is today Dresden-Hellerau. Following the commissioning of the new production hall, the company moved there in 1910. At the time the firm occupied 450 employees. Despite the severe global economic crisis in 1929, the years of National Socialism and the devastation of the Second World War and the socialist planned economy in the GDR, the company has endured. In 1967 the workshops began mass production of the Möbelprogramm Deutsche Werkstätten (MDW), a modular system developed by Rudolf Horn...
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1950s German Mid-Century Modern Vintage Helmut Magg Furniture

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Helmut Magg Desk for WK Möbel, Germany, 1950s
By Helmut Magg
Located in Wrocław, Poland
This desk was designed by Helmut Magg in 1950s and produced by Neue Gemeinschaft für Wohnkultur, WK Möbel and still has the original label in one of the drawers. The design is simple...
Category

1950s German Mid-Century Modern Vintage Helmut Magg Furniture

Materials

Cherry, Maple

  • Helmut Magg Desk for WK Möbel, Germany, 1950s
  • Helmut Magg Desk for WK Möbel, Germany, 1950s
  • Helmut Magg Desk for WK Möbel, Germany, 1950s
  • Helmut Magg Desk for WK Möbel, Germany, 1950s
H 29.14 in W 49.61 in D 30.32 in
Helmut Magg for WK Möbel Elm Compass Leg Desk with Drawer and Cubby, 1950s
By WK Möbel, WK Wohnen, Helmut Magg
Located in San Francisco, CA
A 1950s elm desk on compass-style legs with drawer and cubby, designed by German architect Helmut Magg for the international European furniture competition “Neue Gemeinschaft für Woh...
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1950s German Mid-Century Modern Vintage Helmut Magg Furniture

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Laminate, Elm

Helmut Magg Desk for WK Möbel, Germany, 1950s
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Helmut Magg Desk for WK Möbel, Germany, 1950s
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1950s German Mid-Century Modern Vintage Helmut Magg Furniture

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  • Helmut Magg Desk for WK Möbel, Germany, 1950s
  • Helmut Magg Desk for WK Möbel, Germany, 1950s
H 29.14 in W 49.61 in D 30.32 in
Helmut Magg, 2 Sided Bookshelf Desk, 1950 for WK Möbel, Germany in Cherrywood
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Great & minimalistic Bookshelf - Desk by Helmut Magg for WK Möbel, Germany - 1950. This legendary desk allows you to display books, magazines or the like on one side. The actual ...
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Helmut Magg furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Helmut Magg furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of wood and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Helmut Magg furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Helmut Magg were created in the mid-century modern style in germany during the mid-20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Hans Gunther Reinstein, Friedrich Wilhelm Möller, and Hermann Fleiner. Prices for Helmut Magg furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $1,175 and can go as high as $6,222, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $3,838.

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