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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 Frank
    Austrian, 1885–1967
    Himalaya

    1950
    Printed linen
    2012.238

    Museum purchase funded by Joan Morgenstern

  4. Stig Lindberg
    Swedish, 1916–1982
    Konstrucktion

    1947–1950
    Screenprinted cotton
    2012.237

    Museum purchase funded by Michael W. Dale

  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. German
    Writing Casket with Writing Implements

    c. 1625
    Softwood (unidentified), walnut, ebony, mother-of-pearl with pigment, gilt brass, and horn
    BF.2014.6

    Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation, Houston

  8. German
    Folding Spoon with Case

    17th century
    Mother-of-pearl and silver, leather case with stamped gold foil
    BF.2009.1

    Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation, Houston

  9. Painting attributed to Anton Mozart
    German, 1573–1625
    Cabinet with Altar for Private Devotions

    1601
    Cabinet: Pear wood, ebonized walnut, oak, and conifer wood with steel-etched, part fire-gilt brass mounts and fittings Paintings: Oil on copper
    BF.2008.1

    Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation, Houston

  10. Bruno Mathsson
    Swedish, 1904–1998
    Chaise Longue

    Designed 1934, manufactured 1942
    Beech, jute, cotton, leather, and metal
    99.238.A-.D

    Museum purchase funded by the Design Council, 1999

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