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Creator: Wolfgang Hoffmann
Wolfgang Hoffmann for Howell Art Deco Demi Lune Table
By Wolfgang Hoffmann
Located in Atlanta, GA
Art Deco demi lune table, designed by Wolfgang Hoffmann for Howell, American, circa 1930s. It is a versatile size and can be used as an en...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Chrome

Art Deco Wolfgang Hoffmann Romweber World's Fair Century of Progress Sideboard
By Romweber Furniture Co., Wolfgang Hoffmann
Located in Forney, TX
A rare and important American Art Deco Century of Progress Sideboard by iconic designer Wolfgang Hoffmann (Austrian, 1900-1969) for Romweber Company, Batesville, Indiana. circa 1933-1936 Created for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair, fine quality craftsmanship and construction, having a rectangular exotic rosewood veneered top over conforming solid wood case fitted with four drawers affixed with horizontal pulls, the top drawer opening to reveal felt lined divided interior for silverware, flanked by cabinet doors opening to shelved interior, subtle geometric lines add interest. Rosewood, mahogany, richly figured blonde - golden birch or primavera. Signed, top drawer interior, featuring 1933 World's Fair mark impressed. **Please note, at the time of writing this, a matching display case - vitrine cabinet (shown in last photo) is currently available separately** Provenance / Acquisition: Property from the important and iconic Collection of Mr. James I. Rafftesaeth Jr., Dallas, Texas Acquired from highly reputable auction house, Heritage Auctions, Dallas, Texas. 2022 Design Signature Auction catalog #8091 History: Wolfgang Hoffmann was born in Vienna, Austria in 1900. He is the son of famous architect, pedagogue and Wiener Werkstatte cofounder, Joseph Hoffmann (1870-1956). Early on, following his father’s s interests, he was trained in the decorative arts and design. Wolfgang Hoffmann once reminisced, “I spent eight years at the Realschule, then three years went to a special architectural school, where I perfected my technical knowledge of architecture and general construction. From this school, I was graduated to the Kunstgewerbeschule [Studying under Oskar Strnad and Josef Frank in Vienna]. After finishing this school, I had one and a half years of practical in a well known architect’s office. Thereafter I worked in my Father’s office for two years”. Hoffmann met his future wife, Polish immigrant Pola (1902-1984) when they were both studying at the Kunstgewerbeschule. Joseph Urban (1872-1933) was needing an assistant for his architectural business in New York and contacted his friend and colleague, Joseph Hoffmann in Vienna. Hoffmann recommended his son Wolfgang. Urban hired him and sent a first class passage ticket to Vienna for Wolfgang to travel to New York. Wolfgang married Pola and traded his ticket for two tickets to America in steerage, arriving in New York City in December of 1925. Leaving the Urban office after nine months, Wolfgang and Pola formed an independent design practice with offices on Madison Avenue in Manhattan with the purpose of creating contemporary interiors and industrial designs. Early work included theaters, stores, and apartments mostly in New York City. During the late 1920’s and early 1930’s the Hoffmanns designed custom furniture for private clients. Some of these examples were shown in the February 1929 issue of House and Garden. Curiously, the examples’ design was attributed to Urban and the production to Pola Hoffmann, Inc. Established in the fall of 1928, the American Designers’ Gallery was “devoted exclusively to showing objects and interiors for practical use… by fourteen American architects and designers”. Its members included the Hoffmans and Urban as well as ceramist Henry Varnum Poor (1888-1971), architect Raymond Hood (1881-1934), artist designer Winold Reiss (1886-1953), graphic designer Lucien Bernhard (1896-1981), decorator Donald Deskey (1894-1989), and architect Ely Jacques Kahn (1884-1972). The Hoffmanns’ work was included in the American Designers’ Gallery’s two showcase events, its 1928 and 1929 exhibitions. Their dining alcove at the 1929 event featured a bench with a dinette table and two chairs in American walnut designed by Wolfgang and a rug by Pola. Lucien Bernhard, fellow Austrian immigrant who settled in New York a year before the Hoffmanns, operated the gallery and decorating service Contempora with Munich resident Bruno Paul (1874-1968). The Hoffmanns, occasionally participating with Contempora, designed a number of outstanding interiors, including the constructivist living room of 1930 for Mrs. O.R. Sommerich at 40 East 66th street. In 1934, Donald Deskey commissioned Wolfgang to design birchwood furnishings for the eclectic apartment at 625 Park Avenue belonging to Helena Rubinstein. In 1931, Wolfgang exhibited his work at the Pennsylvania Art Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. The same year, with Kem Weber (1889-1963) he organized the second and final exhibition of AUDAC- “Modern Industrial and Decorative Arts”- at the Brooklyn Museum. At this event, the Hoffmanns showed the dining room previously included in the American Designer’s Gallery’s 1929 exhibition in the Chase Bank Building lobby at 145 West 57th Street in Manhattan. In 1932 Wolfgang was asked to assist Urban in developing the color scheme for the 1933-34 Chicago World’s Fair “A Century of Progress”. He was also commissioned to design the interior and furniture for the fair’s lumber industries house. There he executed its living and dining rooms furnished by Kroehler Manufacturing Company of Chicago; the boys’ room by Shower Brothers...
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Early 20th Century American Art Deco Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Birch, Mahogany, Rosewood

Wolfgang Hoffmann Springer Chair for Howell - A Pair
By Wolfgang Hoffmann, Howell
Located in Van Nuys, CA
A pair of Wolfgang Hoffmann Art Deco chrome and wood springer lounge chairs for Howell furniture, these chairs consist of a chromed flat iron frame that seamlessly forms to shape the...
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1930s Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Steel

Art Deco Signed Wolfgang Hoffmann for Romweber World's Fair Display Cabinet
By Wolfgang Hoffmann, Romweber Furniture Co.
Located in Forney, TX
A rare and important Art Deco period Century of Progress Display Cabinet designed by Wolfgang Hoffmann (Austrian, 1900-1969) for Romweber Company, Batesville, Indiana, United States of America. circa 1933-1936 Created for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair, one piece design, having a rectangular showcase top with glass panel sides and a pair of sliding glass doors, over solid wood chest fitted with four drawers affixed with horizontal pulls, flanked by cabinet doors, opening to shelved interior. Rosewood, mahogany, richly figured blonde - golden birch or primavera, and glass. Signed, original label to drawer interior, featuring 1933 World's Fair mark impressed. **Please note, at the time of writing this, a matching sideboard - buffet (shown in last photo) is currently available separately** Provenance / Acquisition: Property from the important and iconic collection of Mr. James I. Rafftesaeth Jr., Dallas, Texas Acquired from highly reputable auction house, Heritage Auctions, Dallas, Texas. 2022 Design Signature Auction catalog #8091 History: Wolfgang Hoffmann was born in Vienna, Austria in 1900. He is the son of famous architect, pedagogue and Wiener Werkstatte cofounder, Joseph Hoffmann (1870-1956). Early on, following his father’s s interests, he was trained in the decorative arts and design. Wolfgang Hoffmann once reminisced, “I spent eight years at the Realschule, then three years went to a special architectural school, where I perfected my technical knowledge of architecture and general construction. From this school, I was graduated to the Kunstgewerbeschule [Studying under Oskar Strnad and Josef Frank in Vienna]. After finishing this school, I had one and a half years of practical in a well known architect’s office. Thereafter I worked in my Father’s office for two years”. Hoffmann met his future wife, Polish immigrant Pola (1902-1984) when they were both studying at the Kunstgewerbeschule. Joseph Urban (1872-1933) was needing an assistant for his architectural business in New York and contacted his friend and colleague, Joseph Hoffmann in Vienna. Hoffmann recommended his son Wolfgang. Urban hired him and sent a first class passage ticket to Vienna for Wolfgang to travel to New York. Wolfgang married Pola and traded his ticket for two tickets to America in steerage, arriving in New York City in December of 1925. Leaving the Urban office after nine months, Wolfgang and Pola formed an independent design practice with offices on Madison Avenue in Manhattan with the purpose of creating contemporary interiors and industrial designs. Early work included theaters, stores, and apartments mostly in New York City. During the late 1920’s and early 1930’s the Hoffmanns designed custom furniture for private clients. Some of these examples were shown in the February 1929 issue of House and Garden. Curiously, the examples’ design was attributed to Urban and the production to Pola Hoffmann, Inc. Established in the fall of 1928, the American Designers’ Gallery was “devoted exclusively to showing objects and interiors for practical use… by fourteen American architects and designers”. Its members included the Hoffmans and Urban as well as ceramist Henry Varnum Poor (1888-1971), architect Raymond Hood (1881-1934), artist designer Winold Reiss (1886-1953), graphic designer Lucien Bernhard (1896-1981), decorator Donald Deskey (1894-1989), and architect Ely Jacques Kahn (1884-1972). The Hoffmanns’ work was included in the American Designers’ Gallery’s two showcase events, its 1928 and 1929 exhibitions. Their dining alcove at the 1929 event featured a bench with a dinette table and two chairs in American walnut designed by Wolfgang and a rug by Pola. Lucien Bernhard, fellow Austrian immigrant who settled in New York a year before the Hoffmanns, operated the gallery and decorating service Contempora with Munich resident Bruno Paul (1874-1968). The Hoffmanns, occasionally participating with Contempora, designed a number of outstanding interiors, including the constructivist living room of 1930 for Mrs. O.R. Sommerich at 40 East 66th street. In 1934, Donald Deskey commissioned Wolfgang to design birchwood furnishings for the eclectic apartment at 625 Park Avenue belonging to Helena Rubinstein. In 1931, Wolfgang exhibited his work at the Pennsylvania Art Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. The same year, with Kem Weber (1889-1963) he organized the second and final exhibition of AUDAC- “Modern Industrial and Decorative Arts”- at the Brooklyn Museum. At this event, the Hoffmanns showed the dining room previously included in the American Designer’s Gallery’s 1929 exhibition in the Chase Bank Building lobby at 145 West 57th Street in Manhattan. In 1932 Wolfgang was asked to assist Urban in developing the color scheme for the 1933-34 Chicago World’s Fair “A Century of Progress”. He was also commissioned to design the interior and furniture for the fair’s lumber industries house. There he executed its living and dining rooms furnished by Kroehler Manufacturing Company of Chicago; the boys’ room by Shower Brothers...
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Early 20th Century American Art Deco Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Glass, Mahogany, Rosewood

Wolfgang Hoffmann Art Deco Dining Chairs for Howell
By Howell, Wolfgang Hoffmann
Located in Atlanta, GA
Streamlined Art Deco dining chairs, designed by Wolfgang Hoffmann for Howell, American, circa 1930s. Chrome plated metal frames with black leather upholstery. Please see our other 1s...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Metal

Art Deco / Bauhaus Tubular Chrome Bench Designed by Wolfgang Hoffmann, Howell
By Howell, Wolfgang Hoffmann
Located in Buffalo, NY
Classic Art Deco / Bauhaus style Tubular chrome bench designed by Wolfgang Hoffmann for Howell, chrome in great original condition, reupholstered (most l...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Chrome

Pair of Period Low Tables by Wolfgang Hoffmann for Howell
By Wolfgang Hoffmann
Located in Hudson, NY
This pair of modernist low tables designed by Wolfgang Hoffmann for Howell were made circa 1938 and are in excellent almost original condition. The chrome is completely original and has almost no pitting or discoloration. The lacquer appears to be from the 1960s and we have had it polished out to maximize its shine and luster and is in good order as well. The tables retain original Howell labels to the underside. Wolfgang Hoffmann is the son of Joseph Hoffmann. Born in Vienna and trained to be working under his father's staff he married and moved for his early carrier to New York. His wife and he opened a design studio to create interior furniture and design for the modernist movement and was featured in House and Garden in 1929 with his custom furniture designs. In 1932 he was asked to contribute to the design and color scheme of the Chicago Worlds Fair as well as design the furniture and layout of the exhibits lumber industry house. Here is where he came into contact with the Howell Company...
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1930s American Modern Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Metal

Wolfgang Hoffmann Custom Green and Black Springer Chair for Howell
By Wolfgang Hoffmann, Howell
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Custom Green and black Wolfgang Hoffmann Art Deco springer lounge chair for Howell furniture, these chairs consist of a flat iron chrome frame that seamlessly forms to shape the legs...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Steel

Wolfgang Hoffmann Custom Red and Black Springer Recliner Chair for Howell
By Wolfgang Hoffmann, Howell
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Custom Green and black Wolfgang Hoffmann Art Deco springer lounge chair for Howell furniture, these chairs consist of a chromed flat iron frame that seamlessly forms to shape the leg...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Steel

Art Deco / Machine Age Secretary , Desk designed by Wolfgang Hoffmann / Howell
By Wolfgang Hoffmann, Howell
Located in Buffalo, NY
Extremely rare Art Deco machine age Modernist #459 Secretary / desk sedigned by Wolfgang Hoffmann for Howell c.1934. ck photos from original Howell catalog. Chromed steel lipstick hand-pulls. Center drawer, top right and left drawere with sliding panels, lowere left file.. lower right storage. Possibly debuted at the 1933 Worlds Fair...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Chrome

Tiered Bauhaus Table by Wolfgang Hoffman for Royal Chrome
By Royal Chrome, Wolfgang Hoffmann
Located in Brooklyn, NY
From the Bauhaus to your house, don't miss out on the magic of genuine Art Deco design by Wolfgang Hoffman for America's iconic Royal Chrome Furniture. With a chrome, tubular steel b...
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Early 20th Century American Art Deco Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Metal, Chrome

1930s Wolfgang Hoffmann Desk for Howell
By Wolfgang Hoffmann
Located in Oakland, CA
Wonderful 1930s desk designed by Wolfgang Hoffmann for Howell. Son of renowned designer and architect, Josef Hoffmann, Wolfgang was an important contributor to modernism in America. ...
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1930s American Bauhaus Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Enamel, Steel, Chrome

Art Deco Chrome with Mirrored Top Side Table by Wolfgang Hoffman for Howell Co.
By Wolfgang Hoffmann
Located in San Diego, CA
A very rare art deco / machine age chrome with mirrored top side table by Wolfgang Hoffman for Howell Co. circa 1930's. This lovely and gracefully styled table has arched flat chrome...
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Early 20th Century American Art Deco Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Chrome

Set of 4 Chrome Dining Chairs by Wolfgang Hoffmann for Howell Co.
By Wolfgang Hoffmann
Located in Dallas, TX
Fabulous set of 4 vintage dining chairs by Wolfgang Hoffmann for Howell Co. Flat chromium plated steel frames support upholstered seats and bac...
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1980s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Stainless Steel, Chrome

Coffee Table by Wolfgang Hoffmann
By Wolfgang Hoffmann
Located in London, GB
Wolgang Hoffmann (1900–1969), son of Josef Hoffman. Began working for the Howell Co in the 1930s, a company, of which he eventually became a resident des...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Metal

Wolfgang Hoffmann for Howell Round Chrome Coffee Table
By Howell, Wolfgang Hoffmann
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Wolfgang Hoffmann round glass and chrome coffee table for Howell Furniture. Probably his most iconic design from the mid-1930s. Satin chrome finish appears to be original, some small...
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1930s American Machine Age Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Chrome

Vintage Modern Writing Desk by Wolfgang Hoffman
By Wolfgang Hoffmann
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This stylish black lacquer writing desk features the unique vintage design of Mid-Century Modern designer Wolfgang Hoffman. Spacious drawers with tubu...
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1940s American Art Deco Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Metal

Art Deco Table Desk by Wolfgang Hoffmann for Howell No.475
By Wolfgang Hoffmann
Located in Las Vegas, NV
Simple streamline table/desk designed by Wolfgang Hoffmann for Howell Prod. No. 475. Solid, completely original and in very good condition. Black ena...
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1930s Art Deco Vintage Wolfgang Hoffmann Furniture

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Metal

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Wolfgang Hoffmann furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Wolfgang Hoffmann furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of metal and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Wolfgang Hoffmann furniture, although gray editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Wolfgang Hoffmann were created in the Art Deco style in united states during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Lloyd Manufacturing Co., Troy Sunshade Company, and Warren McArthur Corporation. Prices for Wolfgang Hoffmann furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $600 and can go as high as $9,500, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $3,220.

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