Swedish Moderne Mohair Wingback Chair attributed to Otto Schulz for Boet

Swedish Moderne Mohair Wingback Chair attributed to Otto Schulz for Boet

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OTTO SCHULZ (Attr.)
Sweden
1940s
Mohair, beech
35 1/2″ high x 28 1/2″ wide x 29″ deep (seat height 16″)

A curvy, comfy lounge chair fully restored and reupholstered in a shiitake-colored mohair.

Otto Schulz was an architect and designer born in Germany, who moved to Sweden and founded in Gothenburg what quickly became one of Sweden’s most prestigious interior design shops–-Boet. It operated from 1920-1950. For part of that time Schulz also published an influential design magazine of the same name. A variant of this armchair appears in a 1939 issue of Boet. This profile–the sculptural curves, the gentle recline of the back–is one Schulz typically employed in his armchair designs of the 1930s and 40s.

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