Furniture of the Future: Victorian New York's Most Visionary Designer Loved His Machines

When George Jakob Hunzinger patented his first piece of furniture in December of 1860, the United States was on the brink of a devastating Civil War. Amid the growing pressures of industrialization, the country was split between those in favor of an old-fashioned bu…

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