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Palacio Güell / Cabinet-work
Pair of armchairs and screen
Cordoba leathers, velvet, sculpted mahogany and gold leaf - Private Collection
Furniture from the drawing-room in the Güell Palace. Designed by Antonio Gaudi and realized by Francisco Vidal (1848-1914).
The cordobans were commissioned especialy for these furniture.
The confo...
Large screen
210 x 260cm - Velvet, wood, cordoban and studs - Private Collection
This large screen decorated one of the reception room in the Güell Palace. Designed by Antonio Gaudi and realized by Francisco Vidal (1848-1914). The cordobans were commissioned especialy for this scr...


"Noble salon" set from Palacio Güell
This sumptuous furniture is cited by José F. Rafols, Gaudi's first biographer, on pages 204 and 205 of "Gaudi," his work published in 1929 by Editorial Canosa...
Marquis of Sant Mori sofa.
This sofa is not a Gaudi design.
Sofa of three sits mahogany, bronze and cordovans.

Mercedes inherited the Güell palace from her father the Count of Güell and she will hand it over to the Barcelona Diputación for a modest rental f...

The bench in the gallery of the private apartments.
The lower backrest of the banquette and its sensible soft banding cover with engraved Cordoba leather. Old pfoto...
Dressing table
wood metal and mirror
An unusually asymmetrical and animated dressing table in the Palace Güell. The lower surface is for lacing shoes. ...
Long chair
Wood, wrought iron and velvet
This extravagant chaisse longue, used to be upholstery with cowhide. This item was in the count of Güell bedroom. ...
Pair of armchairs-with the original upholstery
Velvet and sculpted wood - 87,5 x 57,5 x73 cm
Pair of armchairs, which were in the bedroom of Madame Güell, upholstery velvet with little sculptures of cats and mouse.
Photo at de casa Gaudi Museum 1975....

Dining room furniture at Palacio Güell, design by Camilo Olivera....

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