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Edward Wormley, für Dunbar USA, Nachbau.<br>Sessel: Lobby Chair Es 104, Charles Eames, für Vitra Bezug Wolle, Weberei ROHI Charles Eames, für Vitra. Bezug Wolle Weberei ROHI. Metallteile Leder ummantel Edward Wormley, für Dunbar USA, Nachbau.<br>Sessel: Lobby Chair Es 104, Charles Eames, für Vitra Original, mit neuem Lederbezug Ära Bundeskanzler Kohl Edward Wormley, für Dunbar USA, Nachbau.<br>Sessel: Lobby Chair Es 104, Charles Eames, für Vitra Bezug Wolle, Weberei ROHI Architekt: Sep Ruf, 1963<br>(Südseite) Architekt: Sep Ruf, 1963<br>(Westseite, Eingang)
Chancellor’s Bungalow, Bonn


The CHANCELLOR’S BUNGALOW in Bonn is one of the most important examples of West German postwar architecture in terms of both building history and political history. It was built by Sep Ruf, one of the premiere German architects of the 20th century.
The building was erected in 1963 and “revitalized” 2006-2009 by the foundation Wüstenrotstiftung.
The lead architect was Professor Berthold Burkhard, TU Braunschweig.

WAND&RAUM was involved in all fabric-related activities:

-Washing and cleaning of silk drapes and curtains in the private area and dining room from the era of Chancellor Kohl
-Fabrication of drapes and curtains in the representative area as at the time of Chancellor Erhard
- Re-covering and restoration of existing seat furniture, two sofas and 12 Ray and Charles Eames armchairs from the time of Chancellor Erhard
-Replication of a sofa in leather from the time of Chancellor Erhard
- Evaluation and development of yarns and fabrics for the furniture and lampshades in consultation with lead architect Professor Burkhardt
- Fabrication of three Berber carpets of natural wool, as during the time of Chancellor Erhard. The carpets were woven in the Berber highlands of Morocco.
The book Der Kanzlerbungalow, Karl Krämer Verlag Stuttgart, 2009, describes the structural renovations.
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