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  1. Erich Dieckmann
    German, 1896–1944
    Armchair

    c. 1926
    Oak and wicker
    2018.18

    Museum purchase funded by the Decorative Arts Endowment, Joan Morgenstern, BFF Forum in honor of Cindi Strauss, Mrs. H. L. Simpson by exchange, and various donors by exchange

  2. Julia Läufer
    German, born 1968
    LAYER Chair

    designed 2012, made c. 2013–2017
    Metal, plywood, and woolen upholstery
    2017.394

    Gift of Douglas Burton and Christopher Ralston, Apartment Zero

  3. Josef Hoffmann
    Austrian, 1870–1956
    "Fledermaus" Armchair

    c. 1907
    Ebonized beech, paint, and vintage upholstery
    2013.174

    Museum purchase funded by the Design Council, 2013

  4. Josef Frank
    Austrian, 1885–1967
    Himalaya

    1950
    Printed linen
    2012.238

    Museum purchase funded by Joan Morgenstern

  5. Peter Behrens
    German, 1868–1940
    "Speisezimmer" Chair

    1902
    Oak and cane
    2010.12

    The American Institute of Architects, Houston Design Collection, museum purchase funded by friends of Willie Pena and Preston Bolton, in their honor

  6. Marcel Breuer
    Hungarian, 1902–1981
    Lounge Chair, Model no. B35 and Stool, Model no. B37

    Designed 1928–29, made c. 1930–35
    Chrome-plated tubular steel, eisengarn, and lacquered wood
    2005.1866.1,.2

    The American Institute of Architects, Houston Design Collection, museum purchase funded by friends of S.I. Morris in his honor

  7. Josef Hoffmann
    Austrian, 1870–1956
    Sitzmaschine, Model 670

    Designed c. 1905, made c. 1908
    Beech and metal
    2004.2016

    The American Institute of Architects, Houston Design Collection, museum purchase funded by the American Institute of Architects Houston and friends of Martha Murphree

  8. Swarovski
    Austrian, established 1895
    Handbag

    1997
    Silk satin, Swarovski crystals and rhinestones, and rayon faille
    2000.513

    Gift of the collection of Baroness Sandra di Portanova from her loving brother

  9. Austrian
    Handbag

    1920–1929
    Cotton, silk, and metal
    2000.497.A,.B

    Gift of Katrina Ladwig in memory of Mary Reid and Eloise Reid Thompson

  10. Designed by Max Snischek
    Austrian, 1891–1968
    "Elfenbein" Textile

    Designed 1927, manufactured 1928–1932
    Block-printed cotton
    2000.204

    Museum purchase funded by Jeffrey A. Shankman

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