Lampedo

27 Greene Street
New York City, NY 10013
United States
212.380.8906
          Established in 2004 in Berlin, Lampedo Gallery is focused on European continental furniture. In 2009 it relocated to New York. For the past two decades owner Markus Winter has catered to the most inspired designers of the industry. He has introduced furniture by architects such as Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Bruno Paul or Gio Ponti into both public and private collections.
In 2004 Markus Winter curated, along with Brian Kish, the first exhibition in America on Guglielmo Ulrich and in 2008 he organized the first exhibition on Luisa and Ico Parisi in Germany. In 2015 Lampedo presented the first exhibition in the United States devoted exclusively to furniture designed by Berlin architects between 1910 and 1930. Among the protagonists were Leo Nachtlicht, Oskar Kaufmann, Bruno Paul, Fritz August Breuhaus de Groot, Eduard Pfeiffer and Lajos Kozma.        
Bruno Paul A Pair of Art Deco... H 38 in W 96 in D 25 in $ 18,000
Else Wenz-Vietor A German New Objectivity... H 38.19 in W 91.34 in D 23.62 in $ 5,800
A German Expressionist... H 89.76 in W 81.5 in D 12.2 in $ 4,950
An Expressionist Rococo... W 29.13 in D 22.44 in $ 3,100
Max Wiederanders An Art Deco Mirror H 23.62 in W 26.77 in D 3.15 in $ 9,500
Lajos Kozma A Pair of Side Chairs H 38.19 in W 22.05 in D 21.26 in $ 11,000
A German Expressionist... H 32.68 in W 49.21 in D 20.08 in $ 12,000
A Berlin Deko Cherrywood... H 42 in W 42 in D 21 in $ 7,400
Ernst Haiger A Lacquered Commode For... H 35.43 in W 78.74 in D 25.2 in $ 21,000
A German Expressionist... H 39 in W 21 in D 4 in $ 12,500
Paolo Buffa A Milanese Rosewood Secretary H 90.55 in W 42.91 in D 20.08 in $ 19,000
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