Bauhaus / Art Deco Macassar desk by Bruno Paul, Deutsche Werkstätten Hellerau.
Bruno Paul (born January 19, 1874 in Seifhennersdorf, † August 17, 1968 in Berlin) was an architect as a pioneer of modern purpose architecture, also a caricaturist, furniture designer and interior designer. He worked as a university teacher for many years, influencing important artists such as Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Adolf Meyer, George Grosz and Hannah Höch.
Body in oak with macassar veneer. Decor elements in polished aluminum. Two doors and one middle drawer. One compartment with shelf in the front of the desk. Restored in high glossy lacquer, very resistant.
Width 160 cm (62.99 in.), Height 77 cm (30.31 in.), Depth 78 cm (30.71 in.).
Very good restored condition.
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