Kem Weber, Architect, Furniture Designer + Art Director
Kem weber was born in Berlin, Germany in 1889. He attended the School of the Royal Arts and Crafts Museum where he became a trained Architect. In 1914, Weber got the opportunity to oversee the construction of the German exhibits at the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco. The outbreak of World War I made it impossible for Kem to return home to Germany.
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Kem stayed in California where he became known for his furniture designs. One of his most famous designs to date is the Airline chair. One of his biggest commissions was for Walt Disney who hired Kem to design an animation desk.
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The Pirate Fairy LA Press Day at ARL. Photo by Kayvon Esmaili. ©2014 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved.[/caption]
Kem Weber 's creations were streamline in design; his pieces are still timeless and forward thinking.
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