In the late 1920s and 1930s, he continued to produce the same product line his parents had sold, but his paintings soon became recognized as masterpieces of Austrian Modernism.
In the 1940s the workshop began to produce small lamps and furniture, as well as very high quality handcrafted accessories, and he began to achieve international attention. In the late 1940s, Auböck was joined in the business by his son. In 1954 reached the height of his career when he received four gold medals at the Milan Triennale. His distinctive designs still form the core of the Carl Auböck collection, which is still produced by the family today in the shop where four generations have worked.
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