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George Nakashima’s Home Is a Timeless Modernist Relic - gestalten

The 1950s were all about optimism, a postwar carpe diem. Design icon George Nakashima was a progressive master of architecture and interior. Known for crossing over modern societal visions with Japanese craftsmanship, he championed a futuristic concept of living treasured by his peers. Step into his New Hope studio as featured in Inside Utopia.

Round Cluster-Base Dining Table — George Nakashima Woodworkers

An architectonic support for a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter leaves a maximum of unobstructed leg space.

Sold at auction George Nakashima (1905-1990) Conoid Bench Auction Number 2770B Lot Number 313 | Skinner Auctioneers

Sold at auction George Nakashima (1905-1990) Conoid Bench for sale in auction. Auction Number 2770B, Lot Number 313. Bid on similar items for sale at auction

Concordia Chair — George Nakashima Woodworkers

Conceived in 2003 for the Concordia Chamber Players and first crafted out of an English walnut tree obtained from the Djokic family in New Hope, this piece has a flat seat and enables string players to relate to each other dynamically when playing.

GEORGE NAKASHIMA    Plank Daybed with Arm    USA, 1965  American black walnut, upholstery  78 w x 34 d x 30.5 h inches  This bed features solid slab backrest and armrest, each with free edges.    Estimate: $10,000–15,000

Lot 413: George Nakashima. Plank Daybed with Arm. 1965, American black walnut, upholstery. 30½ h × 78 w × 34 d in. estimate: $10,000–15,000. This bed features solid slab backrest and armrest, each with free edges.

Cabinets — George Nakashima Woodworkers

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Arm Chair — George Nakashima Woodworkers

Directly inspired by Early American furniture, this chair won a prize at the 1954 World’s Fair in Belgium for its fine craftsmanship and design. It has remained in production since 1945.

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