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This article serves to illustrate the growing popularity that modern interior furnishings were enjoying in the city of New York during the early post-war period. The modern furnishings in particular were the product of German modernist named Klaus Grabe. A refugee from Hitler's Germany, Grabe was a Bauhaus-educated designer who had first settled in Mexico with Josef Albers before moving to New York.

Shortly after this article appeared, Klaus Grabe would write this book: Build Your Own Modern Furniture.

     


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Klaus Grabe (Pathfinder Magazine, 1947)

Klaus Grabe (Pathfinder Magazine, 1947)

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