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Nymphenburg

Designed 1908

It is a sign of a most mature culture when articles of everyday use also come to catch the aesthetic eye. Otto Blümel‘s coat stand Nymphenburg is an archetypal classic of its genre: one can imagine it in a Paris bistro as well as in a villa in Salzburg. A design classic that stands the test of time, because Nymphenburg is already over 110 years old. With its nickel-plated or black nickel-plated finish, or powder-coated in black or in bronze, it now perfectly fits in with any stylish ambience.

Coat stand. Brass, powder-coated in black or bronze, or nickel-plated or black nickel-plated.

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Dimensions (imperial)
19.3" W x 17.3" D x 70.9" H
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Designer

Born in Augsburg, Otto Blümel studied architecture at the Technical University of Munich and then took up painting. From 1907 to 1914 he was director of the design department at the United Workshops for Art in Craftsmanship in Munich, a pioneering force in the interior design and decoration of the era. It was during this period that he produced furniture designs that are still prized today. Otto Blümel’s most famous piece is the Nymphenburg coat rack of 1908.

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