Possibilities to stuff in the back of the drawer for when you have enough money for a drawing room redo. Design drawings from the Danhauser Workshop, Vienna. 1814-1840. Makers of furniture loved by both Adolf Loos and Josef Hoffmann which says much. From the archives of the MAK (Museum of Applied Arts).

Library. 1831-1840.
Library. 1831-1840. Watercolor and graphite on paper. Studio of Josef Franz Danhauser, maker. Image © MAK – Museum of Applied Arts. Fair use license. via https://sammlung.mak.at/en/collection_online?id=collect-127608
"Design for four candelabras." 1814-1829.
“Design for four candelabras.” 1814-1829. Graphite and pen and ink. Workshop of Joseph Ulrich Danhauser, Vienna. Image © MAK – Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna. Fair use license. viahttps://sammlung.mak.at/en/collection_online?id=collect-129251
"Design for a toilet table." 1814-1829.
“Design for a toilet table.” 1814-1829. Pen and ink drawing. Workshop of Joseph Ulrich Danhauser, maker. Image © MAK – Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna. Fair use license. via https://sammlung.mak.at/en/collection_online?id=collect-129343
"Design for an interior." 1814-1829.
“Design for an interior.” 1814-1829. Pen and ink drawing with graphite. Wash technique. Workshop of Joseph Ulrich Danhauser, maker. Image © MAK – Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna. Fair use license. via https://sammlung.mak.at/en/collection_online?id=collect-127569
"Design for a window drapery." 1814-1829.
“Design for a window drapery.” 1814-1829. Pen and ink with graphite on paper. Workshop of Joseph Ulrich Danhauser, maker. Image © MAK – Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna. Fair use license. via https://sammlung.mak.at/en/collection_online?id=collect-127477
"Design for a tea table." 1814-1829.
“Design for a tea table.” 1814-1829. Watercolor, graphite and pen and ink. Workshop of Joseph Ulrich Danhauser, maker. Image © MAK – Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna. Fair use license. via https://sammlung.mak.at/en/collection_online?id=collect-130021
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