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Votteler Chair

Walter Knoll
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The rediscovery. A connoisseur sees its charm at a glance: the reading and relaxing armchair 368 is a quiet classic of mid-century modernity. Designed in 1956 by Arno Votteler for Walter Knoll, the armchair tells of the inspirations of the time: Scandinavian objectivity and austerity in the best possible sense. The deliberately angular volume of the upholstery rests on a delicate tubular steel framework. Attractive detail: the armrests made of solid wood, elegantly shaped for comfort. With a high or a low backrest – the essence of lightness for a timeless appearance.

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Votteler Chair
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368-10
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Arno Votteler

Arno Votteler is one of Germany's most influential interior designers. He was graduated from the Academy of Fine Art in Stuttgart in 1955 under Bauhaus advocate Herbert Hirche and interior designer Herta- Maria Witzemann. This is where he was later to be a professor and founded the internationally famous »Weissenhof Institute«, the State Academy of Art and Design. Votteler opened his own design studio in the 1960s. He then held positions as visiting professor in Brazil, the US, India and China. Arno Votteler was working as a designer at Walter Knoll in the 1950s.

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