French designer Jacques Adnet (1904–1984) was particularly well known for his deft incorporation of leather elements into his furniture pieces. This rack, created sometime in the 1950s, is constructed of patinated wrought iron and delicately stitched red leather straps. For more information, contact Pascal Boyer Gallery.
French designer Pierre Guariche (1926–1995) began making a name for himself in the late 1950s when he started working for Belgian furniture manufacturer Meurop. This piece, considered a prime example of the Constructivist style, has a birch-plywood frame and brass hairpin back legs. For more information, contact Skalar.
Milo Baughman (1923–2003) was many things: an earlier practitioner of the California Modern furniture style, a maestro of burl and other organic materials, and Thayer Coggin's most prolific furniture designers in the 1950s and 60s. This rack, created in the 1970s, features a highly polished steel support and one large swath of supple brown leather. For more information, contact Vermillion.