Four Seasons Hits The Auction Block

via Wallpaper
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Sitting at the base of Mies van der Rohe’s Seagram Building in NYC, The Four Seasons Restaurant opened in 1959 and exudes mid-century class in its decor and its construction. Now, with its impending closure that precedes moving to a new spot, the contents of the current location are slated to go on the auction block – including a plethora of Hans Wegner chairs, serving ware by L. Garth and Ada Louise Huxtable, tulip tables and much more – but that massive Richard Lippold brass sculpture in the bar we’re told stays with the building.

More about the iconic restaurant and its interiors at Wallpaper.

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