A monumental Sheila Hicks fiber sculpture at the preview for the May 22nd LAMA sale.
It appears they also have some Walter Lamb furniture
KEM Weber desk and side table designed for the Disney studios in 1938.
KEM Weber music cabinet designed for the Disney studios in 1938.
This was the KEM Weber set up at Disney, complete with an "Airline" chair on the right
Source: Walt Disney Archives
Three paintings by Oskar Fischinger
Coincidentally, Oskar worked as motion picture cartoon effects animator at Disney right around the same time KEM Weber designed the new offices. Theoretically, he could have been using a Weber desk when he was working on Fantasia.
Fischinger at work at the Disney studio in 1939. He hated it. More on that, here.
Source: Elfriede Fischinger via Michael Sporn Animation
Salvador Dali was around the Disney studio too. There is an "Airline" chair in the corner.
Source: Night Flight
Bernard "Tony" Rosenthal, 1953
Rosenthal on Arts & Architecture, 1953
A super clean George Nelson Home Office Desk and stool for Herman Miller
Isamu Noguchi chess table (IN-61) for Herman Miller.
The VKG shelf in the back is pretty great too.
This is the third one to go through LAMA.
There are about a dozen known to exist. More on that, here.
An Espenet dining set. It was made for enamelist June Schwarcz.
Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian chairs
Ricahrd Neutra Camel Table from the Serulnic Residence. There is also a rendering from the house up for auction.
John Baldessari poster.
National City's finest.
Ettore Sottsass room divider
Memphis is perpetually the next big thing. I think it might be true this time.