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Karl Schwanzer Kollektion.58 Armchair Sofa Chair, Swivel Chair, Chair Design, Furniture Design, Mid-century Modern, Modern Design, Outdoor Chairs, Outdoor Furniture, Composite Material

Karl Schwanzer Kollektion.58 Armchair

Karl Schwanzer Kollektion.58 Armchair - The Kollektion 58 comprises a wooden chair, an armchair and a matching occasional table all created in the style of the original designs by the Austrian architect and furniture designer Karl Schwanzer, as well as typical 1950s-style conference furniture consisting of a swivel chair, table and sideboard.

Karl Schwanzer Kollektion.58 Armchair Sofa Chair, Swivel Chair, Chair Design, Furniture Design, Mid-century Modern, Modern Design, Outdoor Chairs, Outdoor Furniture, Composite Material

Karl Schwanzer Kollektion.58 Armchair

Karl Schwanzer Kollektion.58 Armchair - The Kollektion 58 comprises a wooden chair, an armchair and a matching occasional table all created in the style of the original designs by the Austrian architect and furniture designer Karl Schwanzer, as well as typical 1950s-style conference furniture consisting of a swivel chair, table and sideboard.

Karl Schwanzer Haus", 1954 (Brussels Expo, then transferred to) Vienna, opened in B Architecture, Bauhaus, Brussels, Vienna, My House, Blinds, Indoor, House Design, Shape

Karl Schwanzer (1918–1975): "21er Haus", 1954 (Brussels Expo, then transferred…

Karl Schwanzer Haus", 1954 (Brussels Expo, then transferred to) Vienna, opened in B Architecture, Bauhaus, Brussels, Vienna, My House, Blinds, Indoor, House Design, Shape

Karl Schwanzer (1918–1975): "21er Haus", 1954 (Brussels Expo, then transferred…

Karl Schwanzer Haus", 1954 (Brussels Expo, then transferred to) Vienna, opened in B Architecture, Bauhaus, Brussels, Vienna, My House, Blinds, Indoor, House Design, Shape

Karl Schwanzer (1918–1975): "21er Haus", 1954 (Brussels Expo, then transferred…

Austrian Pavilion on Expo 1958 in Brussels, Belgium, by Karl Schwanzer Pavilion, Austria, Modern, World, Brussels Belgium, German, Cards, Architecture, House

German Post-War Modern

Austrian Pavilion on Expo 1958 in Brussels, Belgium, by Karl Schwanzer

Philips Office Building, Vienna, Austria, 1962-64 (Karl Schwanzer) Urban Architecture, Vienna Austria, Brutalist, Skyscraper, Concrete, Multi Story Building, Abstract, Architectural Photography, Metabolism

German Post-War Modern

fuckyeahbrutalism: “Philips Office Building, Vienna, Austria, 1962-64 (Karl Schwanzer) ”

Munich, Germany - BMW Headquarters- The tower's exterior is supposed to mimic. The shape of four cylinders in a car engine. Unusual Buildings, Amazing Buildings, Contemporary Architecture, Architecture Details, Organic Architecture, Brick Pathway, Unusual Homes, Bedroom Art, Building Design

Munich, Germany - BMW Headquarters- The tower's exterior is supposed to mimic. The shape of four cylinders in a car engine. Built (1968-1972 open 1973) Architect: Austrian, Karl Schwanzer Munich, GERMANY

Twenties, Sixties, Now Impulse, Contemporary Architecture, Willis Tower, The Twenties, Around The Worlds, Museum, Bmw, Building, Munich

Twenties, Sixties, Now

Ab dem 25. Oktober wird im Museum Marta Herford die Ausstellung »Die Brüder Rasch und ihre Im­pulse für die moderne Architektur« zu sehen sein, an..

Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts (20er Haus), Nr. 2, Wien, Architekt Karl Schwanzer… Tower, Vienna, Building, Museum, Design, House, Architecture, Lathe, Buildings

Margherita Spiluttini | Eigenes Haus von Karl Schwanzer (1995) | Available for Sale | Artsy

Available for sale from Christine König Galerie, Margherita Spiluttini, Eigenes Haus von Karl Schwanzer (1995), C-print on Alu-Dibond, 40 × 60 cm

Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts (20er Haus), Nr. 2, Wien, Architekt Karl Schwanzer… Tower, Vienna, Building, Museum, Design, House, Architecture, Lathe, Buildings

Margherita Spiluttini | Eigenes Haus von Karl Schwanzer (1995) | Available for Sale | Artsy

Available for sale from Christine König Galerie, Margherita Spiluttini, Eigenes Haus von Karl Schwanzer (1995), C-print on Alu-Dibond, 40 × 60 cm

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