Eckart Muthesius (Berlin, 1904 - Berlin, 1989) after studying at the Associated State School of Applied Arts in Berlin and at the London Polytechnic, Eckart Muthesius became a master's student in the studio of his father, Hermann Muthesius, the founder of the German Werkbund.
In 1929, Muthesius met Prince Yeshwant Rao Holkar Bahadur, the later Maharaja of Indore, in Oxford, who commissioned him to build and furnish his "Manik Bagh" palace. Completed four years later, the palace was an Art Deco masterpiece.
Muthesius supplemented his architecture with his own furniture and lamp designs. He went on to serve as head of the Indore State Restoration and Planning Board from 1936 to 1939. When war broke out, he was forced to flee India and return to Berlin, where he worked as a freelance architect.
Naharro furniture distributes those designed by Eckart Muthesius in its stores in Madrid and online store, with delivery and assembly service throughout Spain. Ask us for any additional information.