Martin Eisler (1913 – 1977) studied in Vienna under the noted architects Oskar Strnad and Clemens Holzmeister. In 1938 he moved to Buenos Aires, where he immediately set about holding his first exhibition of designs and furniture at the Mueller Gallery, which became the National Office of Fine Arts in 1940, in the Palais de Glace. In 1945 he founded the business Interieur with Arnold Hackel, launching his career as a designer. Martin Eisler’s furniture has always been highly esteemed throughout the world.
Below an overview of all the furniture in our collection designed by Martin Eisler