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  • Provenance

    American Bar and Grill-Room, Grand Hôtel, Brussels, Belgium

  • Literature

    François Loyer and Paul Hankar, La Naissance de l’Art Nouveau, Brussels, 1986, p. 169
    Werner Adriaenssens, Lieven Daenens and François Loyer, Paul Hankar, architecte d’intérieur, Brussels, 2005, pp. 24, 33

  • Catalogue Essay

    Paul Cauchie, an architect, and his wife Caroline Voet, a painter, were married in 1905. The house is emblematic of a Japanese concept of space and time in which the architecture alternates between solid and void. Cauchie is considered to be the only architect in Belgium directly influenced by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow School. The present tabouret and the house illustrated here are from the same period in Brussels.

    Phillips wishes to thank Professor Werner Adriaenssens for assisting with the cataloguing of this lot.

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Tabouret, designed for the American Bar and Grill-Room, Grand Hôtel, Brussels

1897
Oak, leather, brass.
72.4 x 43.2 x 43.2 cm (28 1/2 x 17 x 17 in.)

Estimate
£10,000 - 15,000 Ω

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Created by Lee F. Mindel, FAIA                                       London Auction 29 April 2014 6pm