Robert Roth/Wiener Geflecht

Robert Roth/Wiener Geflecht

After years of practicing his actual profession, the architect Robert Roth decided to make his hobby his job. He was one of the few people who had mastered the craft of the “Wiener Geflecht”, the Viennese handicraft of cane weaving, which had become widespread in seating furniture ever since the Biedermeier era and especially through Michael Thonet, who came to Vienna around 1850. Since its foundation around ten years ago, the Viennese firm has been working on chairs by Thonet, Kohn, Fischel, Marcel Breuer, Mies van der Rohe and Josef Hoffmann.

Robert Roth/Wiener Geflecht
Robert Roth/Wiener Geflecht

1100 Wien
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