Albers 55" Bookcase
Weights & Dimensions
- Overall: 55" H x 55" W x 13.8" D
|Product Type: Standard||Style: Modern|
|Finish: Brown||Shelving Included: Yes|
- Number of Shelving Tiers: 4
|Orientation: Tall||Back Panel: Open|
|Commercial Use: Yes||Country of Manufacture: Germany|
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The 55" Bookcase is a Modern style product. Modern style is very sleek with clean lines, and generally incorporates high gloss using whites, greys, and blacks. A focus on geometry and
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About the Manufacturer
Josef Albers is known for a small, but significant collection of furniture designed as early as 1922-3, as well as paintings, expressing the Bauhaus ideas and concepts. His wife and colleague, Anni Albers, was a prolific textile designer and print-maker. Both born in Germany, husband and wife emigrated to the US to lecture at Black Mountain College in 1933 at the invitation of Philip Johnson, closing the Bauhaus school in the wake of the Nazi regime. Josef later accepted the position of Chair of the Department of Design at the Yale School of Art and the couple lived artistically rich lives in Connecticut. At Anni’s death in 1994, the Albers Foundation has taken responsibility to maintain the integrity of the body of work the Albers left behind, of which significant pieces are part of the permanent collection at the Art Institute of Chicago and MoMA.