While Rohde designed for several other furniture manufacturers his work for Herman Miller remains his best work and some of the best work of the period.

Rohde's designs for clocks for the Herman Miller Company and lamps for the Mutual Sunset Lamp Company are classics of the Art Deco era.

The table is 54” long x 36” wide x 30” high and extends by 27” with the three leaves inserted (two leaves are 10” wide each and one is 7” wide and they can be used individually). Starting in the late 1920's, Rohde designed furniture for clients and his own furniture retailed by others.

Please contact us if you are wishing to sell.*** Contact Us: (305) 442-8743 [email protected] (1894 – 1944) for the Herman Miller Furniture Company of Zeeland, Michigan in 1934. Gilbert Rohde American [1894 - 1944] Gilbert Rohde was one of the pioneers of American Modern design.

Known as the Number 3432 Bookcase in company literature, the bookcase is 41” high, 32” wide and 15” deep. Starting in the late 1920's, Rohde designed furniture for clients and his own furniture retailed by others.

Please contact us if you are wishing to sell.*** Contact Us: (305) 442-8743 [email protected] designed this three level bookshelf for the Herman Miller Furniture Company in 1934. 3454 in the Company catalog, the bookshelf is 54" long x 15" deep and 30" high.

In 1932 Wolfgang was asked to assist Joseph Urban in developing the color scheme for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair and also was asked to design the interior and... I've added some period photos from the catalog .... It is unusual enough that you won’t see another one like it on the block but it is so comfortable that you wonder why more weren’t made.

designed this coffee table for the Howell Company of St. It is constructed of flat band and tubular chromed steel with a plate glass top. The chair legs have been re-ebonized in black and the body of the chair is reupholstered in soft ultra suede.

The three levels of East India Laurel veneer are connected by two columns of chrome plated steel. It is pictured in Herman Miller's 1939 Catalog, "Gilbert Rohde - Modern Design".

This American art deco machine age mirrored screen is from the 1930’s.

The table is from the line known as “Rohde Contemporary Furniture”.