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Oficina personal de Clara Porset, colonia Juarez, México -    Private office of Clara Porset, Colonia Juarez, Mexico City

Oficina personal de Clara Porset, colonia Juarez, México - Private office of Clara Porset, Colonia Juarez, Mexico City

Muebles e interiores de Clara Porset para las oficinas, Edificio de administracion de la Fabrica Automex, México, DF 1954    Fotomurales de Lola Álvarez Bravo -    Furniture and interior designed by Clara Porset, for the Administration Building of Auto-Mex    Photomural by Lola Alvarez Bravo

Muebles e interiores de Clara Porset para las oficinas, Edificio de administracion de la Fabrica Automex, México, DF 1954 Fotomurales de Lola Álvarez Bravo - Furniture and interior designed by Clara Porset, for the Administration Building of Auto-Mex Photomural by Lola Alvarez Bravo

Rare Marble and Inlaid Brass Table by Pepe Mendoza | From a unique collection of antique and modern side tables at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/tables/side-tables/

Rare Marble and Inlaid Brass Table by Pepe Mendoza

Rare Marble and Inlaid Brass Table by Pepe Mendoza | From a unique collection of antique and modern side tables at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/tables/side-tables/

Silla de varilla de hierro con tejido de mimbre por Clara Porset. Exhibido en “El Arte en la Vida Diaria” en la Cuidad Univeritaria. 1952   Foto. Lola Álvarez Bravo -  Iron and woven wicker chair by Clara Porset.  Shown as part the “Art in Everyday Life” exhibition, Mexico City. 1952

Silla de varilla de hierro con tejido de mimbre por Clara Porset. Exhibido en “El Arte en la Vida Diaria” en la Cuidad Univeritaria. 1952 Foto. Lola Álvarez Bravo - Iron and woven wicker chair by Clara Porset. Shown as part the “Art in Everyday Life” exhibition, Mexico City. 1952

> This striking and modernist three-panel screen finished in deep brown lacquer has raised brass patterning on both sides and is set on stylish brass feet. Designed and manufactured by Frank Kyle of Mexico City this screen is a show stopper <  Lacquer & Brass Divider by Frank Kyle 8

> This striking and modernist three-panel screen finished in deep brown lacquer has raised brass patterning on both sides and is set on stylish brass feet. Designed and manufactured by Frank Kyle of Mexico City this screen is a show stopper < Lacquer & Brass Divider by Frank Kyle 8

Silla México, Diego Matthai, 1971

Silla México, Diego Matthai, 1971

Casa Ortega con muebles y obras de arte de Clara Porset, Xavier Guerrero, y Mathias Goeritz, calle General F Ramírez 20, Tacubaya, México DF 1943   Arq. Luis Barragán -  Casa Ortega with furnishings and works of art by Clara Porset, Xavier Guerrero, and Mathias Goeritz, calle Gen. F. Ramirez, Tacubaya, Mexico City 1943

Casa Ortega con muebles y obras de arte de Clara Porset, Xavier Guerrero, y Mathias Goeritz, calle General F Ramírez 20, Tacubaya, México DF 1943 Arq. Luis Barragán - Casa Ortega with furnishings and works of art by Clara Porset, Xavier Guerrero, and Mathias Goeritz, calle Gen. F. Ramirez, Tacubaya, Mexico City 1943

La llamada “Silla del Eco” de Mathias Goeritz, que en realidad no estuvo nunca en el el Museo Experimental del Eco: https://mueblemexicano.wordpress.com/2015/12/10/silla-del-eco/ -  ‘Eco Chair’ by Mathias Goeritz that was never in the Museo Experimental del Eco

La llamada “Silla del Eco” de Mathias Goeritz, que en realidad no estuvo nunca en el el Museo Experimental del Eco: https://mueblemexicano.wordpress.com/2015/12/10/silla-del-eco/ - ‘Eco Chair’ by Mathias Goeritz that was never in the Museo Experimental del Eco

Clara Porset

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