Rarely does a collection of contemporary designer furniture and object d’arts come forward for sale in its entirety, however the pending sale of a converted church in Exeter by renowned architect, Stewart Kirby, gives collectors and the curious an opportunity of seeing how well modern furniture and effects can decorate 19th Century buildings.

The auction includes a Herman Miller (manufacturer) / Charles and Ray Eames (designer) boardroom table, estimate $1,000/1,500, a pair of Marcel Breuer (designer) Wassily chairs, estimate $1,000/1,500, a Le Corbusier, Jeanneret, Perriand, LC4 chaise longue, estimate $1,500/2,000, Walter Knoll (manufacturer) / Pearson Lloyd (designer) Oscar armchair and ottoman, Eames Dining Chairs, a collection of Art Glass vases, interior design reference books and magazines, kitchenalia, as well as contemporary clothes storage racks, concluding with an offering of potted cacti and succulents.

The auction is a must see event with viewing facilitated on location at 92 Causeway Road, Exeter, and the auction conducted in the Semaphore Uniting Church Hall four doors away at 146 Semaphore Road, Exeter.

Enquiries James Bruce 0417 834 455