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Josef Hoffman cerused oak Secretarie

By | June 11th, 2014|CASE PIECES, Ceruse finish, Desks, Josef Hoffmann, Office Space|

We had posted a while back on a beautiful Secretarie (last image below is original) built in 1905 by Austrian designer Josef Hoffman. A client in Brussels loved the desk and hired us to build one. Below are the photos of our version. It is solid oak with a cerused gray finish.
Josef Hoffman desk ERA Interiors

Josef Hoffman desk ERA Interiors

Josef Hoffmann secretarie 1905

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CERUSED OAK DESK BY JOSEF HOFFMAN

By | August 2nd, 2011|all, Art Nouveau, Ceruse finish, Desks, Josef Hoffmann|

This is an oak desk with a dark ceruse finish created by Joseph Hoffman in 1905. Oak wood is the most popular wood option for cerused finish because of the grain and its porous quality.  This desk has a dark stain solid oak with white filler and is a recent addition to our antique collection.  Hoffman’s favorite geometrical forms included squares and rectangles for his designs.

Josef Hoffmann cerused oak desk

Desk designed by Josef Hoffmann

 

 

 

 

 

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JOSEF HOFFMANN FURNITURE & DESIGN

By | May 27th, 2011|all, Dining Space, Josef Hoffmann|

The dining room at the Palais Stoclet illustrates the linear patterns with geometric shapes, smooth surfaces and rich materials that are characteristic of Josef Hoffmann’s style. Josef Hoffmann rejected the floral motifs and sweeping curves of Art Nouvea Style and was influenced by Charles Mackintosh and the Austrian Biedermeier style. Hoffmann’s luxurious spaces are defined by square shapes, circles, rectangles and spheres that are incorporated into the design of the furniture, lighting, flooring and accessories.

Josef Hoffmann dining room design, Palais Stoclet, Brussels

Dining room, Palais Stoclet, Brussels, 19005-11

 

 

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