Erich Dieckmann- Oak Armchair

Erich Dieckmann was a German cabinetmaker, furniture designer and University lecturer who is considered the most important furniture designer of Bauhaus in Weimar and Dessau. He primarily developed furniture, focusing on cabinets, tables and seating, initially made of wood in basic geometric form with rectangular frames, as well as their standardized execution. Later, he designed organic seating furniture, some with sweeping shapes, made of natural and tubular steel, as well as carpet designs, clocks, furnishing and color concepts for purpose-built interiors. 

The oak armchair has a tilted backrest and a blue upholstered seat and backrest.