Kem Weber

German, 1889 - 1963
Born in Berlin, Germany in 1912, Kem Weber trained under the royal cabinet maker Eduard Schultz in Potsdam. He studied under Bruno Paul at the Kungstgewerbeschule in Berlin and began working in Paul’s office following graduation. Paul sent Weber to San Francisco in 1915-and he became stranded in the US during the First World War. He stayed in the US and became known for his Streamline Modern design style. His most famous work is the Airline chair of 1934. He is also noted for being the main architect of the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, CA. 
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