Gilbert Rohde

American, 1894 - 1944
Gilbert Rohde (1894-1944) is best known for helping to create the modern design at Herman Miller Inc. Rohde advised Herman Miller’s president and also consulted at Heywood-Wakefield Company, Widdicomb and Troy Sunshade Company-as an initiator of American modernism and modern design. Gilbert Rohde furniture design was focused on  mass production and bringing modern products to the greatest number of consumers. He is also credited with designing the first examples of biomorphic furniture in America-which would ultimately shape mid century modernism. 
 
Gilbert Rohde Gilbert Rohde Paldao... H 49 in W 60 in D 17 in $ 8,200
Gilbert Rohde 1940's Gilbert Rohde... H 26 in W 45 in D 18 in $ 4,500
Gilbert Rohde Midcentury Hollywood... H 20 in W 14 in DIA 11 in $ 2,000
Gilbert Rohde GILBERT ROHDE ART DECO... H 22 in DIA 4 in $ 2,800
Gilbert Rohde Gilbert Rohde For Herman... H 48 in W 36 in D 20 in $ 4,500
Gilbert Rohde Gilbert Rohde table lamp H 6 in W 14 in D 2 in $ 3,600
Gilbert Rohde Gilbert Rohde Three-Drawer... H 35 in W 44 in D 18 in $ 4,200
Gilbert Rohde Gilbert Rohde Mahogany... H 30 in W 44 in D 18 in $ 4,100
Gilbert Rohde Art Deco Chest of Drawers... H 36 in W 43 in D 18 in
Gilbert Rohde Sculptural Bench by Gilbert... H 18 in W 24 in D 15 in $ 7,500
Gilbert Rohde Art Deco Low Table by... H 16 in W 43 in D 18 in $ 9,500
Gilbert Rohde Gilbert Rohde for Herman... H 18 in DIA 22 in $ 4,400
Gilbert Rohde Rare Gilbert Rohde Three... H 26 in DIA 22 in
Gilbert Rohde Rare Gilbert Rohde Art Deco... H 46 in W 33 in D 18 in $ 11,000
Gilbert Rohde Gilbert Rohde Art Deco... H 28 in W 30 in D 15 in $ 4,800
Gilbert Rohde Occasional Tables by... H 27 in DIA 24 in
Gilbert Rohde Gilbert Rohde Beutifully... H 33 in W 46 in D 17 in
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