5 November 1928
|Died||16 June 2011
New York, New York
|Education||University of Pretoria|
|Occupation||Architect and furniture designer|
Gerald Abramovitz (5 November 1928 – 16 June 2011) was an architect and furniture designer. Born in South Africa, he studied architecture at the University of Pretoria and design at the Royal College of Art in London.
His work is part of the permanent collections of several museums, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. There his signature piece, a cantilevered desk lamp, is featured. He designed an award-winning chair for Knoll, the international furniture company, and the cantilever desk lamp of aluminum and steel for Best and Lloyd, the British design firm.
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