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  1. Dutch
    Draw-leaf Table (Trektafel)

    17th century
    Oak
    2018.631

    Gift of Manfred Heiting

  2. Eduard van der Elsken
    Dutch, 1925–1990
    Untitled (Underfoot)

    c. 1950–1954, printed 1960
    Gelatin silver print
    2018.492

    Gift of Anne Wilkes Tucker in honor of Wendy Watriss and Frederick C. Baldwin

  3. Humberto Campana
    Brazilian, born 1953
    Anêmona Chair

    2000
    Plastic, steel, and aluminum
    2018.75

    Gift of the designers

  4. Humberto Campana
    Brazilian, born 1953
    Prototype 1 for Pirarucu Chair

    2014
    Pirarucu leather, foam, bamboo, and steel
    2018.74

    Gift of Friedman Benda

  5. Studio Drift
    Dutch, established 2006
    Fragile Future 3.14

    designed 2015, made 2018
    Dandelion seed, phosphorus bronze, LED, and Perspex
    2018.48

    Museum purchase funded by the Design Council, 2018

  6. Humberto Campana
    Brazilian, born 1953
    Prototype for Banquete KAWS

    2017
    Stuffed toys, canvas, thread, and stainless steel
    2018.20

    Museum purchase funded by the bequest of Arthur Robson Jr. in honor of Claire and Robert T. Lober

  7. Humberto Campana
    Brazilian, born 1953
    Racket Chair (Tennis)

    2013
    Nylon and brass
    2018.19

    Gift of Friedman Benda

  8. Richard Hutten
    Dutch, born 1967
    NSOD Chair

    designed 1989, made c. 1999–2010
    Beech and plywood
    2017.393

    Gift of Douglas Burton and Christopher Ralston, Apartment Zero

  9. J. J. P. Oud
    Dutch, 1890–1963
    "Giso" Piano Lamp, model no. 404

    designed 1927, manufactured c. 1929–1931
    Nickel-plated and patinated brass
    2016.114

    Museum purchase funded by the Design Council, 2016, Leo and Karin Shipman, Jan and John Bebout, Brian Hoffner, Ray and Ashley Simpson, Cynthia Toles, and T. L. Marten

  10. Joris Laarman
    Dutch, born 1979
    Maker Chair (Pixel)

    2014
    Resin
    2016.29

    Museum purchase funded by the Mary Kathryn Lynch Kurtz Charitable Lead Trust Fund

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