Mart Stam is the inventor of the free-floating tubular frame, ‘Freischwinger’ as it is called much nicer in German. He shared his find with his colleagues at the Bauhaus in the 1920s in Dessau (Germany). This revolutionary discovery led to an explosion of variants all over the world. Many lawsuits have been conducted about it. Marcel Breuer was one of the first to have a commercial copy on the market. I literally interwoven two drawings, one of Mart Stam’s first cantilever and Breuer’s first. A bit like it was the case with their life and work.
Zie ook mijn getekende variatie op die verwevenheid: Weefsel met een stoel van Charles Rennie McIntosh
40 x 29,9 x 1,5