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Servante of the Biedermeier period

- nutwood

- polished with shellac

- diameter 55 cm, height 139 cm


armchair „Parliament“

When re-building the damaged Parliament after WW II this model has been used for the reception hall

- nutwood

- handpolished surface

- upholstered withs springs and flange

- covered with leather and upholstery nails

- 64 cm x 68 cm, height 109 cm


convertible furniture

convertible furniture of the Neoclassicism by unfolding the hinged backrest the armchair turns into stairs

- cherry-wood

- flat upholstery with leather

- approx. 57 cm x 60 cm, height 64 cm


wine cooler of the Biedermeier period

after an original of 1820/1825

- corpus made of softwood

- veneered with nutwood

- surface polished with shellac

- octagonal base with one drawer

- conical body with floral inlay work

- copper insert with two handles

- lid with knob

- 50 cm x 50 cm height 97 cm


armchair "Cluny"

model of the French Renaissance

- nutwood

- richly hand-carved

- twisted legs and cross-pieces

- hand-upholstered with springs and flange

- surface waxed


smoker's table

design: attributed to Wiener Werkstätte

- mahagony

- hand-polished with shellac

- top with brass pan for the ash

- conical top with rubbing surface for matches

- diameter 41 cm, height 100 cm


fauteuil "Knieschwimmer"

Perhaps the most interesting example of a leather fauteuil originating from the Schmidt collection and utilized by Loos is the so-called "Knee-Swimmer." It is first documented as a part of a Loos interior in 1906, in the Friedmann flat; in 1911 in the Goldman villa and later on photographs of the interiors of the Vogi flat in Pilsen, the Müller flat in Prague as well of the Khuner villa in Kreuzberg.

- mahagony, hand-polished

- hand-upholsteredwith springs and flange

- 76 cm x 110 cm x 72 cm

- 53 cm x 43 cm x 46 cm stool


lady's desk "Erzherzogin Sophie"

after an original from the possession of Archduchess Sophie approx. 1830

- maple

- with poplar veneer

- hand-polished

- 4 drawers

- metal fittings in brass

- 125 cm x 80 cm x 75 cm/95 cm

armchair "Kurz"

after an original from the Austrian Museum for applied Arts approx. 1830

- maple

- hand-polished

- hand-upholstered

- with springs and flange


svivel chair of the Italian Renaissance

after an original from the late 15th 7 early 16th century, made in Venice, probably for a State Inquisitor an identical chair one sees in the picture St. Augustine in His Study (also called Vision of St. Augustine) by Vittore Carpaccio housed in the Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni of Venice

- nutwood

- flat upholstery with nails

- h: 178,5 cm d: 63,5 cm


desk 1927

Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann (28.8.1879–15.11.1933)

was a renowned French designer of furniture and interiors, epitomising for many the glamour of the French Art Déco style of the 1920s.

- mahagony, top in pyramidal mahagony

- hand-polished surface

- 3 drawers, metal fittings in brass

- 160 cm x 80 cm, height 78 cm



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Friedrich Otto Schmidt, a company that has specialized in planning and producing interior furnishing as well as in the competent restoration and reproduction of old furniture, is located at the sumptuous rooms of Palais Chotek.

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