The auction, by Phillips de Pury, will be held on 15 October and the pieces can be viewed from 10-14 October at its London headquarters on Howick Place, SW1.
Lots include a large Diode lamp by Newson and work from his Micarta series, which use a composite of resin-impregnated linen generally intended for utensil handles.
Earlier this year, Phillips de Pury established the world auction record for a living designer when it sold Newson’s Lockheed Lounge for £1 105 250.
Also on offer are mid-century Scandinavian designs including Frits Henningsen’s Wingback armchair, Poul Henningsen’s Piano lamp and works by Finn Juhl, Poul Kjaerholm and Tapio Wirkkala.
A 1950 Polar Bear sofa by French designer Royère will also be going under the hammer.
The pieces will be offered alongside architectural works and Harry Bertoia’s monumental Sonambient sculpture.