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              • Frank Gehry Cross Check Chair for Knoll, 1990
                Apr. 20, 2024

                Frank Gehry Cross Check Chair for Knoll, 1990

                Est: $800 - $1,200

                Frank Gehry (Canadian, b. 1929) Cross Check Chair for Knoll, 1990 Maple bentwood with veneer Unsigned

                Larsen Art Auction
              • Frank Gehry (4) Hat Trick Chairs for Knoll, 1990
                Apr. 20, 2024

                Frank Gehry (4) Hat Trick Chairs for Knoll, 1990

                Est: $2,000 - $3,000

                Frank Gehry (Canadian, b. 1929) (4) Hat Trick Chairs for Knoll, 1990 Laminated white maple veneer strips Unsigned

                Larsen Art Auction
              • FRANK GEHRY (BORN 1929) Pair of Cross Check Armchairsdesigned 1990for Knoll, bent and laminated maple, each with stamped facsimile signature and firm's markheight 33 3/4in (85.9cm); width 28 1/2in (72.5cm); depth 25in (63.5cm) 33 3/4 x 28 1/2 x 25 in
                Mar. 27, 2024

                FRANK GEHRY (BORN 1929) Pair of Cross Check Armchairsdesigned 1990for Knoll, bent and laminated maple, each with stamped facsimile signature and firm's markheight 33 3/4in (85.9cm); width 28 1/2in (72.5cm); depth 25in (63.5cm) 33 3/4 x 28 1/2 x 25 in

                Est: $1,200 - $1,800

                FRANK GEHRY (BORN 1929) Pair of Cross Check Armchairs designed 1990 for Knoll, bent and laminated maple, each with stamped facsimile signature and firm's mark height 33 3/4in (85.9cm); width 28 1/2in (72.5cm); depth 25in (63.5cm) 33 3/4 x 28 1/2 x 25 in

                Bonhams
              • FRANK GEHRY (born 1929) Set of Four Cross Check Armchairs designed 1990 for Knoll, bent-laminated maple, upholstered cushions, each with branded Gehry/Knoll mark and dateheight of each 33 1/2in (85.1cm); width 28in (71.1cm); depth 26 1/2in (67.3cm)
                Mar. 27, 2024

                FRANK GEHRY (born 1929) Set of Four Cross Check Armchairs designed 1990 for Knoll, bent-laminated maple, upholstered cushions, each with branded Gehry/Knoll mark and dateheight of each 33 1/2in (85.1cm); width 28in (71.1cm); depth 26 1/2in (67.3cm)

                Est: $2,000 - $4,000

                FRANK GEHRY (born 1929) Set of Four Cross Check Armchairs designed 1990 for Knoll, bent-laminated maple, upholstered cushions, each with branded Gehry/Knoll mark and date height of each 33 1/2in (85.1cm); width 28in (71.1cm); depth 26 1/2in (67.3cm)

                Bonhams
              • Frank Gehry for Knoll "Cross Check" Arm Chair
                Mar. 26, 2024

                Frank Gehry for Knoll "Cross Check" Arm Chair

                Est: $600 - $1,200

                Frank Gehry (Canadian/American, b. 1929) for Knoll, New York, United States. Bent and woven laminated maple wood "Cross Check" armchair. Inspired by bushel baskets and apple crates, this chair was first designed in 1990. Woodburned impressed maker's mark, signature, and manufacture date (September 30, 1994) along the underside of the seat.

                Revere Auctions
              • Frank Gehry, Snake lamp
                Mar. 20, 2024

                Frank Gehry, Snake lamp

                Est: $7,000 - $9,000

                Frank Gehry Snake lamp New City Editions Canada/USA, 1989 papier-mache, aluminum 3 h x 67 w x 12.5 d in (8 x 170 x 32 cm) Signed to underside 'Gehry'. Incised studio manufacturer's mark to internal structure 'Frank Gehry MOCA The Snake Lamp 42/60 1989 Produced by New Editions Venice, CA'. This example is number 42 from the edition of 60 produced by New Editions, Venice, CA. Sold with original crate. Literature: Frank Gehry, Architect, Ragheb, ed., ppg. 80-81 illustrate similar examples This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

                Wright
              • Paire de chaise superlight de Frank Ghery
                Mar. 13, 2024

                Paire de chaise superlight de Frank Ghery

                Est: €400 - €600

                Frank GEHRY (Né en 1929) Chaise "Superlight" - 2004 Structure en aluminium recyclé Édition Emeco Plaque de l'Editeur «Emeco by Gehry» 81 × 42 × 67 cm Estimation 400 - 600 €

                Artcurial
              • FRANK GEHRY (Toronto, 1929) for Knoll. Face Off table, 1990/1992 design. Bent and interlocking maple wood strips for legs. Glass top. Manufactured by Knoll International, USA, with stamp. Light marks of use.
                Mar. 07, 2024

                FRANK GEHRY (Toronto, 1929) for Knoll. Face Off table, 1990/1992 design. Bent and interlocking maple wood strips for legs. Glass top. Manufactured by Knoll International, USA, with stamp. Light marks of use.

                Est: €1,500 - €1,600

                FRANK GEHRY (Toronto, 1929) for Knoll. Face Off table, 1990/1992 design. Bent and interlocking maple wood strips for legs. Glass top. Manufactured by Knoll International, USA, with stamp. Light marks of use. Measurements: 74 x 91 x 91 cm. Renowned Pritzker Prize-winning architect, Frank Gehry's buildings are known for their innovative and distinctive forms. He trained in architecture at the University of Southern California and at the School of Design at Harvard University, where he studied urban planning. In 1961 he moved to Paris, where he worked in the studio of André Rémondet. He remained in the French capital for a year, during which time he studied the works of Le Corbusier and other French and European architects, as well as existing Romanesque churches in France. When he returned to Los Angeles, Gehry opened his own architectural practice. His style is based on the play of volumes and the incorporation of simple geometric forms. Among his most significant works are: the Lou Ruvo Brain Institute, Las Vegas; the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao; the Bodega-Hotel Marqués de Riscal, Elciego (Alava); the Dancing House, Prague, Czech Republic; the DG Bank Building, Berlin; the Stata Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA; the Peter B. Lewis Building, Cleveland, Ohio; the Stata Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA; the Peter B. Lewis Building, Cleveland, Ohio; the Stata Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA; and the Peter B. Lewis School, Cleveland, Ohio. Lewis Building, Cleveland, Ohio; the Weatherhead School of Management, Cleveland, Ohio; the Exposition Center, Columbia, Maryland; the Merriweather Postal Center, Columbia, Maryland, USA; the Gehry Tower, Hannover, Germany; the Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles; the Experience Music Project Museum, Seattle, USA; the University of Minnesota, Minefield, Minefield, USA; the University of Minnesota, Minefield, Minefield, USA; the University of Minnesota, Minefield, Minefield, USA; and the University of Minnesota, Minefield, Minefield, USA. USA; the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA; the Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois, USA; the Goldfish in the Olympic Port of Barcelona; the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein or the Biomuseo in Panama City, Panama.

                Setdart Auction House
              • Frank Gehry / Knoll Cross Check Armchair, circa 1998
                Mar. 01, 2024

                Frank Gehry / Knoll Cross Check Armchair, circa 1998

                Est: $600 - $1,200

                Frank Gehry / Knoll Cross Check Armchair, 1998 Frank Gehry (Canadian/American, b. 1929) Cross Check Armchair, for Knoll International US. Originally designed in 1990, constructed of strips of white maple laminate. Chair has branded marks for 'Knoll', as well as 'Gehry' signature, and 'Made in U.S.A. 4/ 98. In 1992 Frank Gehry created his original collection of bentwood furniture for Knoll, primarily consisting of chairs. The ribbon-like designs transcend the conventions of style by exploring the essential challenge of deriving form from function. Gehry's inspiration came from ordinary bushel baskets. With its ribbon-like tendrils interconnecting to form the back, legs, and arms, the sculpturally flowing use of materials reflects his architecture. "…all bentwood furniture until now has relied on a thick and heavy main structure and then an intermediary structure for the seating. Gehry speaking of the design: "The difference in my chairs is that structure and the seat are formed of the same incredible lightweight slender wood strops which serve both functions. The material forms a single and continuous idea. What makes this all work and gives it extraordinary strength is the interwoven, basket-like character of the design." Gehry is considered to be among the most acclaimed architects of the 20th century, and is known for his use of bold, postmodern shapes and unusual fabrications. Frank Gehry was born Frank Owen Goldberg in toronto, canada in 1929. He later changed his surname. He studied at the university of southern california and the harvard graduate school of design. After leaving harvard, he returned to california, making a name for himself with the launch of his 'Easy Edges' cardboard furniture line. The Easy Edges pieces, crafted from layers of corrugated cardboard, were sold between 1969 and 1973. He began designing homes in southern california on a regular basis starting in the 1980's. As he began to achieve celebrity status, his work took on a grander scale. His high-concept buildings, include the walt disney concert hall in downtown los angeles, the dancing house in prague and the guggenheim museum building in bilbao, spain. His recent projects include the new guggenheim facility in abu dhabi, as well as facebook headquarters in california. 34 x 27 x 22 in. (86.4 x 68.6 x 55.9 cm.) Approx SHIPPING: Collective HUDSON does NOT offer in-house shipping. For a list of shippers, please  click here. We have a few shippers who operate on the east coast with competitive pricing: Andrew Prial, Paul Bzwadka, and Joe Garden. These names are listed on our site.  All items are sold  as is. Conditions of the items are generally commensurate with age and use. Please examine the photos carefully and do not hesitate to ask questions. You are also welcome to visit us from  Wednesday to Sunday, 11 AM to 4 PM, by making an appointment.

                Collective Hudson, LLC
              • Frank Gehry / Knoll Cross Check Armchair, circa 1998
                Mar. 01, 2024

                Frank Gehry / Knoll Cross Check Armchair, circa 1998

                Est: $600 - $1,200

                Frank Gehry / Knoll Cross Check Armchair, 1998 Frank Gehry (Canadian/American, b. 1929) Cross Check Armchair, for Knoll International US. Originally designed in 1990, constructed of strips of white maple laminate. Chair has branded marks for 'Knoll', as well as 'Gehry' signature, and 'Made in U.S.A. 4/ 98. In 1992 Frank Gehry created his original collection of bentwood furniture for Knoll, primarily consisting of chairs. The ribbon-like designs transcend the conventions of style by exploring the essential challenge of deriving form from function. Gehry's inspiration came from ordinary bushel baskets. With its ribbon-like tendrils interconnecting to form the back, legs, and arms, the sculpturally flowing use of materials reflects his architecture. "…all bentwood furniture until now has relied on a thick and heavy main structure and then an intermediary structure for the seating. Gehry speaking of the design: "The difference in my chairs is that structure and the seat are formed of the same incredible lightweight slender wood strops which serve both functions. The material forms a single and continuous idea. What makes this all work and gives it extraordinary strength is the interwoven, basket-like character of the design." Gehry is considered to be among the most acclaimed architects of the 20th century, and is known for his use of bold, postmodern shapes and unusual fabrications. Frank Gehry was born Frank Owen Goldberg in toronto, canada in 1929. He later changed his surname. He studied at the university of southern california and the harvard graduate school of design. After leaving harvard, he returned to california, making a name for himself with the launch of his 'Easy Edges' cardboard furniture line. The Easy Edges pieces, crafted from layers of corrugated cardboard, were sold between 1969 and 1973. He began designing homes in southern california on a regular basis starting in the 1980's. As he began to achieve celebrity status, his work took on a grander scale. His high-concept buildings, include the walt disney concert hall in downtown los angeles, the dancing house in prague and the guggenheim museum building in bilbao, spain. His recent projects include the new guggenheim facility in abu dhabi, as well as facebook headquarters in california. 34 x 27 x 22 in. (86.4 x 68.6 x 55.9 cm.) Approx SHIPPING: Collective HUDSON does NOT offer in-house shipping. For a list of shippers, please  click here. We have a few shippers who operate on the east coast with competitive pricing: Andrew Prial, Paul Bzwadka, and Joe Garden. These names are listed on our site.  All items are sold  as is. Conditions of the items are generally commensurate with age and use. Please examine the photos carefully and do not hesitate to ask questions. You are also welcome to visit us from  Wednesday to Sunday, 11 AM to 4 PM, by making an appointment.

                Collective Hudson, LLC
              • Frank Gehry (b.1929), Four "Hat Trick" dining chairs and a "Faceoff" dining table for Knoll Studio, circa 2000
                Feb. 27, 2024

                Frank Gehry (b.1929), Four "Hat Trick" dining chairs and a "Faceoff" dining table for Knoll Studio, circa 2000

                Est: $1,500 - $2,000

                Frank Gehry (b.1929) Four "Hat Trick" dining chairs and a "Faceoff" dining table for Knoll Studio, circa 2000 Each designed 1990 Each with burn marked signature and Knoll logo; chairs further marked with various dates of manufacture The maple bentwood dining set inspired by apple crates comprising four chairs, each featuring a curvilinear vertical slatted back joined by a stretcher and raised on modified X-form legs, and a dining table conformingly designed with a glass top 5 pieces

                John Moran Auctioneers
              • Frank Gehry - Twist Stools
                Feb. 18, 2024

                Frank Gehry - Twist Stools

                Est: $100 - $200

                A set of six 'Twist' stools by Frank Gehry for Heller. 17 x 20.5 x 17.5. All measurements are in inches. (Height x Width x Depth).

                Barton's Auction
              • Frank Gehry - Twist Stools
                Feb. 18, 2024

                Frank Gehry - Twist Stools

                Est: $100 - $200

                A set of seven 'Twist' stools by Frank Gehry for Heller. 17 x 20.5 x 17.5. All measurements are in inches. (Height x Width x Depth).

                Barton's Auction
              • Frank Gehry - Benches
                Feb. 18, 2024

                Frank Gehry - Benches

                Est: $100 - $200

                A set of three plastic benches by Frank Gehry for Heller. 17 x 48 x 18. All measurements are in inches. (Height x Width x Depth).

                Barton's Auction
              • Frank Gehry, Fish goblet (from The Architects' Collection)
                Feb. 13, 2024

                Frank Gehry, Fish goblet (from The Architects' Collection)

                Est: $200 - $300

                Frank Gehry Fish goblet (from The Architects' Collection) Desna Glass and Amses Cosma Inc. for Swid Powell Canada/USA, 1990 hand-blown and cast leaded glass 7.75 h x 4 w x 3.25 d in (20 x 10 x 8 cm) Etched manufacturer's mark, signature and number to underside 'Gehry Swid Powell Edition 250 Amses Cosma'. This work is from the edition of 250. This work will ship from Lambertville, New Jersey.

                Rago Arts and Auction Center
              • Frank Gehry, Prototype "Power Play" Chair and Ottoman
                Feb. 08, 2024

                Frank Gehry, Prototype "Power Play" Chair and Ottoman

                Est: $2,000 - $3,000

                Frank Gehry, Prototype "Power Play" Chair and Ottoman USA, 1992 Bent and laminated maple Production off-tool elements, hand-assembled The present lot a pre-production prototype dating to immediately prior to product launch The chair branded with signature and marked to underside: “9/01/92, Made in USA, Knoll” The ottoman branded with signature and marked to underside: “7/10/92, Made in USA, Knoll” Assorted notations handwritten to various elements H: 32 ½, W: 31 ½, D: 29 in (the chair); H: 13 ¾, W: 23 ½, D: 22 in. (the ottoman) Provenance Property from the Shea+Latone Archives Footnotes Shea+Latone was a product design and development consultancy that helped clients develop innovative products for over 25 years before transitioning to becoming a furniture design licensing company. Since its inception in 1996, from two Knoll product development experts, Shea+Latone provided a broad range of design development services to the contract furniture market. Clientele ranged from major manufacturers such as Knoll, Teknion, and Humanscale to some of the world’s most progressive designers and architects. Shea+Latone engineered, prototyped, and tested some of the most iconic furniture designs all while upholding the aesthetic needs of their clients.

                Freeman's | Hindman
              • Frank Gehry, Pre-Production "Easy Edges" Chair
                Feb. 08, 2024

                Frank Gehry, Pre-Production "Easy Edges" Chair

                Est: $800 - $1,200

                Frank Gehry, Pre-Production "Easy Edges" Chair USA, designed 1970-2, the present lot circa 1970-2 Laminated corrugated cardboard The present lot a pre-production sample Unmarked H: 32 ¼, W: 13 ¼, D: 20 2 in.  Provenance Property from the Shea+Latone Archives Footnotes Shea+Latone was a product design and development consultancy that helped clients develop innovative products for over 25 years before transitioning to becoming a furniture design licensing company. Since its inception in 1996, from two Knoll product development experts, Shea+Latone provided a broad range of design development services to the contract furniture market. Clientele ranged from major manufacturers such as Knoll, Teknion, and Humanscale to some of the world’s most progressive designers and architects. Shea+Latone engineered, prototyped, and tested some of the most iconic furniture designs all while upholding the aesthetic needs of their clients.

                Freeman's
              • Frank Gehry, Prototype "Fog" Chair
                Feb. 08, 2024

                Frank Gehry, Prototype "Fog" Chair

                Est: $400 - $600

                Frank Gehry, Prototype "Fog" Chair Knoll International/Shea+Latone, USA, 1998 Aluminum, stainless steel An off-tool prototype created during the production process Unmarked H: 29, W: 21 1/8, D: 25 in.  Provenance Property from the Shea+Latone Archives Footnotes Another prototype of this design, with arms, is housed in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Shea+Latone was a product design and development consultancy that helped clients develop innovative products for over 25 years before transitioning to becoming a furniture design licensing company. Since its inception in 1996, from two Knoll product development experts, Shea+Latone provided a broad range of design development services to the contract furniture market. Clientele ranged from major manufacturers such as Knoll, Teknion, and Humanscale to some of the world’s most progressive designers and architects. Shea+Latone engineered, prototyped, and tested some of the most iconic furniture designs all while upholding the aesthetic needs of their clients.

                Freeman's | Hindman
              • Frank Gehry, Fish goblets
                Jan. 25, 2024

                Frank Gehry, Fish goblets

                Est: $500 - $700

                Frank Gehry Fish goblets Swid Powell/Amses Cosma Canada/USA, c. 1990 frosted glass 7.625 h x 4 w x 3.25 d in (19 x 10 x 8 cm) Etched production signature 'Gehry' and acid-etched manufacturer's mark to underside of each example 'Swid Powell Edition 250 Amses Cosma'. Literature: Swid Powell, the Architects' Collection, trade catalog, 1990, ppg. 13-14 Architects Show How to Set a Grand Table, Slesin, New York Times, 29 November 1990, pg. C6 The Architecture of Frank Gehry, Bletter et. al., ppg. 14, 77, 80, 81, 97, 101 Architecture in the Age of Gehry, Tyrnauer, Vanity Fair, August 2010, ppg. 156-167 This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

                Wright
              • Frank Gehry, Wiggle chairs, pair
                Jan. 25, 2024

                Frank Gehry, Wiggle chairs, pair

                Est: $2,000 - $3,000

                Frank Gehry Wiggle chairs, pair Vitra Canada/USA / Switzerland, 1972 / c. 2005 laminated cardboard, Masonite 33 h x 15.75 w x 23 d in (84 x 40 x 58 cm) Literature: Frank O. Gehry: The Complete Works, Dal Co, ppg. 100-101 This work will ship from Lambertville, New Jersey.

                Wright
              • Frank Gehry for Knoll 'Power Play' Lounge Chair
                Jan. 21, 2024

                Frank Gehry for Knoll 'Power Play' Lounge Chair

                Est: $600 - $800

                Frank Gehry for Knoll 'Power Play' Lounge Chair 1993, comprised of bent and laminated maple, having branded manufacturer marks to underside Property from: a Private Collector, Beverly Shores, Indiana Category: Furniture > Chairs Estimated Sale Time: 11:48 am CST Shipping Status: Due to size, weight, value or shipping complexity, this item must be shipped via a 3rd Party and the shipping cost may be high. We recommend contacting multiple shipping vendors for an estimate as the cost may vary greatly. Last modified: January 7, 2024, 8:52 am

                Leonard Auction
              • Frank Gehry, Walt Disney Concert Hall lightbox
                Jan. 11, 2024

                Frank Gehry, Walt Disney Concert Hall lightbox

                Est: $3,000 - $5,000

                Frank Gehry Walt Disney Concert Hall lightbox Canada/USA, c. 2003 stainless steel, maple 16 h x 32 w x 3 d in (41 x 81 x 8 cm) Signed and numbered to reverse 'Frank Gehry 28/40'. This work is number 28 from the edition of 40. This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

                Wright
              • 18K YELLOW GOLD FRANK GEHRY FOR TIFFANY & CO. ORCHID DROP EARRINGS
                Dec. 17, 2023

                18K YELLOW GOLD FRANK GEHRY FOR TIFFANY & CO. ORCHID DROP EARRINGS

                Est: -

                18k Yellow Gold Frank Gehry for Tiffany & Co. Orchid Drop Earrings. Stamped Tiffany & Co. Gehry 750. Comes in original Tiffany jewelry pouch and box. In 2006 internationally renowned architect Frank Gehry collaborated with Tiffany & Co. to create an exclusive jewelry collection. Approx. Net Weight: 21.8 grams Keywords: Jewelry, Designer; Ref: BD1315

                Bradford's
              • FRANK GEHRY CARDBOARD CHAIR BY NEW CITY EDITIONS
                Dec. 10, 2023

                FRANK GEHRY CARDBOARD CHAIR BY NEW CITY EDITIONS

                Est: $300 - $500

                Chair designed Frank Gerhy and produced by New City Editions starting in 1986. Good solid condition with minor expected wear. New City, Venice CA., label to the underside. 35.75" H x 18" W x 24" D approx. Seat height 17.25" H.

                District Auction
              • Frank O. Gehry for Vitra: Two Wiggle Chairs and an Ottoman
                Dec. 07, 2023

                Frank O. Gehry for Vitra: Two Wiggle Chairs and an Ottoman

                Est: $2,000 - $3,000

                Frank O. Gehry for Vitra: Two Wiggle Chairs and an Ottoman compressed corrugated cardboard; with manufacturer's label to underside "Designed Frank O. Gehry / Vitra"

                Abell Auction
              • FRANK GEHRY POUR TIFFANY & CO Paire de boutons de manchette
                Dec. 07, 2023

                FRANK GEHRY POUR TIFFANY & CO Paire de boutons de manchette

                Est: €100 - €150

                FRANK GEHRY POUR TIFFANY & CO Paire de boutons de manchette En argent 925/000, stylisés de deux cercles. Avec pochette. Signés: T & Co Gehry. Poids brut : 8,7 gr

                Accademia Fine Art
              • Frank Gehry (b. 1929)
                Dec. 06, 2023

                Frank Gehry (b. 1929)

                Est: $600 - $800

                STUDY FOR NEW GEHRY HOUSE Lithograph, 2004, on Rives BFK paper, signed, dated and numbered 22/200 in pencil, printed and published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, and with their blindstamps, with full margins, framed. Sheet 10 7/8 x 14 inches; 276 x 356 mm. Frame 16 3/4 x 19 3/4 inches; 425 x 502 mm.

                Doyle New York
              • Frank Gehry - Project for a New Guggenheim Museum in New York City - 2000 Offset Lithograph 36" x 18"
                Dec. 05, 2023

                Frank Gehry - Project for a New Guggenheim Museum in New York City - 2000 Offset Lithograph 36" x 18"

                Est: $60 - $90

                "Project for a New Guggenheim Museum in New York City" by Frank Gehry, 2000 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 36 x 18 inches, with an image size of 31.5 x 18 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: Poster showcasing the proposed design for a new Guggenheim Museum in New York City in 2000 created by Frank O. Gehry and Associates.

                DUMBO Auctions
              • Frank Gehry - Powerplay Chair
                Dec. 03, 2023

                Frank Gehry - Powerplay Chair

                Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                A bentwood 'Powerplay' chair by Frank Gehry for Knoll. 32.5 x 32.5 x 28. Measurements are in inches. (Height x Width x Depth)

                Barton's Auction
              • Frank Gehry - Beaver Chair
                Dec. 03, 2023

                Frank Gehry - Beaver Chair

                Est: $2,000 - $3,000

                A 'Beaver' chair by Frank Gehry for Vitra in dyed corrugated cardboard. 27 x 34 x 44. Measurements are in inches. (Height x Width x Depth)

                Barton's Auction
              • Frank Gehry for Knoll 'Face Off' Cafe Table and Two 'Cross Check' Chairs
                Nov. 29, 2023

                Frank Gehry for Knoll 'Face Off' Cafe Table and Two 'Cross Check' Chairs

                Est: $2,000 - $3,000

                With mark. The table with glass top. The table 29 x 40 in. diam., the chairs 33 1/2 x 27 x 24 in., seat height 18 1/2 in.

                STAIR
              • Frank O. Gehry Miniatur
                Nov. 24, 2023

                Frank O. Gehry Miniatur

                Est: -

                'Wiggle Side Chair'. Nach einem Originalmodell von 1972. Wellkarton/Hartfaserplatte. Herstellung u. Vertrieb Vitra Design Museum Weil a. Rh. Mit Broschüre u. Holzkasten. 15 x 6,5 x 9,5 cm.

                Peege Auktionshaus
              • FRANK GEHRY (Toronto, 1929) for ALESSI. “Pito” kettle, design from 1992. Stainless steel and mahogany. Seal on the base.
                Nov. 22, 2023

                FRANK GEHRY (Toronto, 1929) for ALESSI. “Pito” kettle, design from 1992. Stainless steel and mahogany. Seal on the base.

                Est: €350 - €400

                FRANK GEHRY (Toronto, 1929) for ALESSI. Kettle "Pito", design 1992. Stainless steel and mahogany. Stamp on the base. Dimensions: 24 x 24 x 18 cm. The kettle "Pito" belongs to the Alessi Officina series. The shine of the stainless steel used for the body contrasts with the warmth of the handle and the whistle-spout, both in fish-shaped mahogany wood. The designer himself said: "I started drawing fish. Without any specific objective, I discovered that I loved them and that it gave the feeling of movement that you get in classical sculptures or in some Indian figures. Renowned Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry's buildings are recognised for their innovative and distinctive forms. He trained in architecture at the University of Southern California and at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he studied urban planning. In 1961 he moved to Paris, where he worked in the studio of André Rémondet. He remained in the French capital for a year, during which time he studied the works of Le Corbusier and other French and European architects, as well as the Romanesque churches in France. When he returned to Los Angeles, Gehry opened his own architectural practice. His style is based on the interplay of volumes and the incorporation of simple geometric forms. Among his most significant works are: the Lou Ruvo Brain Institute, Las Vegas; the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao; the Bodega-Hotel Marqués de Riscal, Elciego (Álava); the Dancing House, Prague, Czech Republic; the DG Bank Building, Berlin; the Stata Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA; the Peter B. Lewis Building, Cleveland, Ohio; the Stata Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA; the Peter B. Lewis Building, Cleveland, Ohio; the Stata Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA; the Peter B. Lewis Building, Cleveland, Ohio; and the Stata Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA. Lewis Building, Cleveland, Ohio; Weatherhead School of Management, Cleveland, Ohio; Exhibition Center, Columbia, Maryland; Merriweather Postal Center, Columbia, Maryland, USA; Gehry Tower, Hannover, Germany; Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles; Experience Music Project Museum, Seattle, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, Minefield, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, USA. USA; the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA; the Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois, USA; the Goldfish in the Olympic Port of Barcelona; the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein or the Biomuseo in Panama City, Panama.

                Setdart Auction House
              • Frank Gehry, Little Beaver chair and ottoman, set of two
                Nov. 15, 2023

                Frank Gehry, Little Beaver chair and ottoman, set of two

                Est: $5,000 - $7,000

                Frank Gehry Little Beaver chair and ottoman, set of two Edition Vitra Design Museum Canada/USA / Germany, c. 1993-94 corrugated cardboard chair: 17 h x 15.5 w x 14 d in (43 x 39 x 36 cm) ottoman: 7.5 h x 8.75 w x 10 d in (19 x 22 x 25 cm) This example is from the intended edition of 2000 of which approximately 250 were produced. Literature: Frank O. Gehry: The Complete Works, Dal Co and Forster, ppg. 210-211 1000 Chairs, Fiell and Fiell, pg. 586 Designed by Architects in the 1980s, Capella and Larrea, pg. 74 illustrates variations This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

                Los Angeles Modern Auctions
              • Frank Gehry, Wiggle stool
                Nov. 15, 2023

                Frank Gehry, Wiggle stool

                Est: $1,000 - $1,500

                Frank Gehry Wiggle stool Easy Edges, Inc. Canada/USA, 1972 corrugated cardboard, Masonite 16 h x 16 w x 14.75 d in (41 x 41 x 37 cm) Literature: Frank O. Gehry: Design & Architecture, Vitra, pg. 11 This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

                Los Angeles Modern Auctions
              • Frank Gehry (b. 1929) 'Wiggle' Stool Easy Edges Inc., USA
                Nov. 14, 2023

                Frank Gehry (b. 1929) 'Wiggle' Stool Easy Edges Inc., USA

                Est: $600 - $800

                Frank Gehry (b. 1929) 'Wiggle' Stool Easy Edges Inc., USA corrugated cardboard H 15 1/4 x W 15 3/4 x D 16 inches

                Hindman
              • Frank Gehry (b.1929) Side Table, 1972 Easy Edges, Inc., Canada/USA
                Nov. 14, 2023

                Frank Gehry (b.1929) Side Table, 1972 Easy Edges, Inc., Canada/USA

                Est: $1,000 - $2,000

                Frank Gehry (b.1929) Side Table, 1972 Easy Edges, Inc., Canada/USA laminated corrugated cardboard H 18 x W 9 1/2 x D 24 inches Property from the Phyllis Seltzer Trust, Cleveland, Ohio

                Hindman
              • Frank Gehry (b.1929) Rocking Lounge, 1972 Easy Edges, Inc., Canada/USA
                Nov. 14, 2023

                Frank Gehry (b.1929) Rocking Lounge, 1972 Easy Edges, Inc., Canada/USA

                Est: $3,000 - $4,000

                Frank Gehry (b.1929) Rocking Lounge, 1972 Easy Edges, Inc., Canada/USA laminated corrugated cardboard H 25 x W 22 1/2 x D 41 1/2 inches Property from the Phyllis Seltzer Trust, Cleveland, Ohio

                Hindman
              • Frank Gehry "Face Off" Table & 4 "Hat Trick" Chairs
                Nov. 04, 2023

                Frank Gehry "Face Off" Table & 4 "Hat Trick" Chairs

                Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                The lot consists of one round top dining table, three side chairs, and one armchair. The set is a recent production.

                Palm Beach Modern Auctions
              • Frank Gehry, Face Off table and Ribbon chairs, set of our
                Nov. 03, 2023

                Frank Gehry, Face Off table and Ribbon chairs, set of our

                Est: $2,000 - $3,000

                Frank Gehry Face Off table and Ribbon chairs, set of our KnollStudio Canada/USA, 1990 / 1995-96 laminated maple, glass table: 29 h x 40 dia in (74 x 102 cm) chairs: 34 h x 19 w x 23.5 d in (86 x 48 x 60 cm) Branded manufacturer's mark to underside of table base 'Gehry Knoll 1/96'. Branded manufacturer's mark to underside of each chair 'Gehry Knoll 12/15/95', '12/29/95' and two dated '2/2/96'. This work will ship from Lambertville, New Jersey.

                Rago Arts and Auction Center
              • Frank Gehry (Toronto, 1929) for Vitra, 1986 Red Beaver Armchair
                Oct. 25, 2023

                Frank Gehry (Toronto, 1929) for Vitra, 1986 Red Beaver Armchair

                Est: -

                Frank Gehry (Toronto, 1929) for Vitra, 1986 Red Beaver armchair that is part of the architect's second collection under the name "Experimental Edges". All of these furniture are made of molded cardboard and in this case dyed red. Fouls. Measurements: 87 x 86 x 108 / ottoman: 48 x 51 x 66 cm.

                Subastas Segre
              • Frank Gehry - Project for a New Guggenheim Museum in New York City - 2000 Offset Lithograph 36" x 18"
                Oct. 24, 2023

                Frank Gehry - Project for a New Guggenheim Museum in New York City - 2000 Offset Lithograph 36" x 18"

                Est: $60 - $90

                "Project for a New Guggenheim Museum in New York City" by Frank Gehry, 2000 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 36 x 18 inches, with an image size of 31.5 x 18 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: Poster showcasing the proposed design for a new Guggenheim Museum in New York City in 2000 created by Frank O. Gehry and Associates.

                DUMBO Auctions
              • Frank Gehry 'Face Off Table & Hat Trick Chairs'
                Oct. 11, 2023

                Frank Gehry 'Face Off Table & Hat Trick Chairs'

                Est: $1,500 - $2,000

                Frank Gehry for Knoll 'Face Off Table' with round glass top and interwoven ribbon-like 2"W maple strips with 4 matching 'Hat Trick' chairs. All wood grains run in the same direction for resilience, laminated to 5 or 7 ply thickness with high bonding urea glue. Cross-ply maple on contoured seats for rigidity. All pieces are stamped with Knoll Studio logo and Gehry's signature. Table measures 40"W x 29.25"H; chairs 23" arm to arm; 22.5"D x 18"H x 33.5"H back. Condition report: some loose pieces, please see all photos. Contact AAG for more detailed information if needed. AAG is not responsible for any errors or omissions to any lots. All sales are final and sold as is. This lot cannot be shipped in house. Please contact our third party shippers for assistance.

                Abington Auction Gallery
              • Frank GEHRY (Né en 1929) Wiggle Side Chair, modèle circa 1972
                Sep. 30, 2023

                Frank GEHRY (Né en 1929) Wiggle Side Chair, modèle circa 1972

                Est: €500 - €600

                Frank GEHRY (Né en 1929) Wiggle Side Chair, modèle circa 1972 Chaise en carton contrecollée et bois Edition Vitra. 85 x 54 x 35 cm

                Louiza Auktion & Associés
              • Gehry Tiffany & Co. 18K Jade Pendant Necklace
                Sep. 24, 2023

                Gehry Tiffany & Co. 18K Jade Pendant Necklace

                Est: $800 - $1,200

                Frank Gehry (Canadian/American, b. 1929) for Tiffany and Company fish pendant, carved in black jade, suspended from 18K yellow gold chain joined with spring ring clasp, marked: "(c) Gehry 750 Tiffany & Co." Measuring approx. 18" x 2 3/8" x 5/8", 16.8 dwt inclusive.

                Auctions at Showplace
              • Frank Gehry for Tiffany & Co Silver "FOG" Necklace
                Sep. 10, 2023

                Frank Gehry for Tiffany & Co Silver "FOG" Necklace

                Est: $200 - $400

                Frank Owen Gehry (Canadian/American, b. 1929) for Tiffany and Company sterling silver necklace, the pendant in the form of abstracted "F.O.G" initials with textured surface, marked "Tiffany & Co. (c) Gehry 925" to reverse of pendant and chain marked "Tiffany & Co. / (c) Gehry 925" to plaque near clasp closure, together with original robin's egg blue box. Weight: 15.3 g.; charm: 1.5" L x 1" W; chain: 18" L.

                Auctions at Showplace
              • Frank Gehry Tiffany & Co. Sterling Torque Bracelet
                Sep. 10, 2023

                Frank Gehry Tiffany & Co. Sterling Torque Bracelet

                Est: $400 - $600

                Frank Owen Gehry (Canadian/American, b. 1929) for Tiffany and Company sterling silver "Torque" bangle bracelet of tiered square form, marked "Tiffany & Co. (c) Gehry 925" inside, together with original robin's egg blue bag and box. Weight: 78.9" g.; 3.25" L x 2.75" W.

                Auctions at Showplace
              • FRANK GEHRY (Toronto, 1929) for ALESSI. “Pito” kettle, design from 1992. Stainless steel and mahogany. Seal on the base.
                Sep. 07, 2023

                FRANK GEHRY (Toronto, 1929) for ALESSI. “Pito” kettle, design from 1992. Stainless steel and mahogany. Seal on the base.

                Est: €350 - €400

                FRANK GEHRY (Toronto, 1929) for ALESSI. Kettle "Pito", design 1992. Stainless steel and mahogany. Stamp on the base. Dimensions: 24 x 24 x 18 cm. The kettle "Pito" belongs to the Alessi Officina series. The shine of the stainless steel used for the body contrasts with the warmth of the handle and the whistle-spout, both in fish-shaped mahogany wood. The designer himself said: "I started drawing fish. Without any specific objective, I discovered that I loved them and that it gave the feeling of movement that you get in classical sculptures or in some Indian figures. Renowned Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry's buildings are recognised for their innovative and distinctive forms. He trained in architecture at the University of Southern California and at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he studied urban planning. In 1961 he moved to Paris, where he worked in the studio of André Rémondet. He remained in the French capital for a year, during which time he studied the works of Le Corbusier and other French and European architects, as well as the Romanesque churches in France. When he returned to Los Angeles, Gehry opened his own architectural practice. His style is based on the interplay of volumes and the incorporation of simple geometric forms. Among his most significant works are: the Lou Ruvo Brain Institute, Las Vegas; the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao; the Bodega-Hotel Marqués de Riscal, Elciego (Álava); the Dancing House, Prague, Czech Republic; the DG Bank Building, Berlin; the Stata Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA; the Peter B. Lewis Building, Cleveland, Ohio; the Stata Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA; the Peter B. Lewis Building, Cleveland, Ohio; the Stata Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA; the Peter B. Lewis Building, Cleveland, Ohio; and the Stata Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA. Lewis Building, Cleveland, Ohio; Weatherhead School of Management, Cleveland, Ohio; Exhibition Center, Columbia, Maryland; Merriweather Postal Center, Columbia, Maryland, USA; Gehry Tower, Hannover, Germany; Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles; Experience Music Project Museum, Seattle, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, Minefield, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, USA; University of Minnesota, Minefield, USA. USA; the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA; the Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois, USA; the Goldfish in the Olympic Port of Barcelona; the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein or the Biomuseo in Panama City, Panama.

                Setdart Auction House
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