Kipp Stewart | Maker of Many Things

Trained as an architect, Kipp Stewart has distinguished himself as a prolific mid century (and beyond) American furniture designer. His passion for all of the arts, painting, photography and architecture has led to notable projects such as Big Sur’s first luxury resort, the Ventana Inn. The inn built in harmony with the Big Sur landscape is a potent showcase for eco-conscious modern architecture. He cites the late Charles Eames with whom he worked, as an important influence in his process of design.
Kipp Stewart Lounge Chairs

Created in the 1960’s, this pair of Kipp Stewart Lounge Chairs with chromed steel bases project Stewart’s relaxed attitude blending style and comfort.
Kipp Stewart open bookcase

Working with Stewart MacDougall, Stewart created several pieces for the Drexel Furniture Company. This open bookcase constructed of walnut with sculptural legs is one such piece, c.1950s.

These rare pair of barrel lounge chair were also created by Stewart for Drexel, in walnut with black lacquer and brass accents, c.1960s.

Another Drexel furniture piece, these nightstands, also in walnut have faffia handles and solid machined brass pulls, c.1960.

Showcasing a furniture piece from Stewart’s work in the seventies, this leather lounge chair and ottoman are clean-lined yet still comfortable, c.1970s
Kipp Stewart Wishbone nightstands

These “Wishbone” nightstands were another collaboration with Stewart MacDougall for the Drexel Declaration collection. Constructed of walnut, the top floating drawer with porcelain pulls, floats over the planar shelf supported by sculptural legs, c.1958.