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Patterned after the design of Charles Eames, yaer 1945   This chair is similiar in form to the all plywood dining chair (see art. 744) with which it appeared at the 1946 Museum of Modern Art show dedicated to the furniture of Eames. It is a larger and lower version of the dining chair and has a similar history. By…

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421

Designer Eileen Gray, year 1925   This armchair appears in the Living Room of the apartment of Madame Mathieu Lévy on rue de Lota, Paris (see model 423). Eileen Gray jokingly called this chair the "Bibendum" after the famous Michelin tire publicity figure. 421 (Bibendum) Armchair with frame in wood covered with polyurethane foam and polyester…

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135

Designer Breuer, year 1925   This was Breuer's first tube chair and is sometimes referred to as the first tubular steel chair. However, Gerhard Stüttgen presented a cantilever in 1923 and a U.S. Patent was granted to someone named Harry Nolan for a tubular steel chair of Breuer is certainly the oldest tubular chair still…

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407

Home Designer Eileen Gray, year 1927   This armchair was used by Eileen Gray in the living room of E-1027. This rather complicated design was patented by Eileen Gray and Jean Badovici in 1927. The designers called the chair the "Transat" which was short for "Transatlantic". 407 (Transat) Lounge chair with frame in black or white…

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671

Designer Chareau, year 1928   This chair was used in the "petit salon blue" of the Maison de Verre, the home and office of Dr. and Mrs. Dulsace (1928-1932) 671 Armchair with wooden frame, upholstered with polyurethane foam and polyester fiber lining. Cover in velvet mono or bicolour. L./W. H. P./D. 82 123 77,5 CM…

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324

Designer Mies Van Der Rohe, year 1931   This is a lower, "lounge" version of the cantilever of 1926/27. It made its first appearance with the continuous roll and pleat cushion at the Berlin Building Exhibition (Berlin Bau-Ausstellung) in 1931. It was first produced in 1931 by the Bamberg Metallwerkstatten in Berlin. The upholstery solution…

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325

Designer Mies Van Der Rohe, year 1931   This is a lower, "lounge" version of the cantilever of 1926/27. It made its first appearance with the continuous roll and pleat cushion at the Berlin Building Exhibition (Berlin Bau-Ausstellung) in 1931. It was first produced in 1931 by the Bamberg Metallwerkstatten in Berlin. The upholstery solution…

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334

Designer Mies Van Der Rohe, year 1929   This lounge chairs was designed for the Deutscher Werkbund Pavilion at the World Exposition, Barcelona 1929. The chairs were to be used by the King and Queen of Spain who were to make an official visit and sign the guest book. This chair is populary referred to…

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365

Designer Mies Van Der Rohe, year 1929   This chair was designed for the Tugendhat house in Brno, Czechoslovakia. Three of these were used in the living room together with three of the chairs previously designed for the Barcelona Pavilion (model 334). This chair with its cantilever base was obviously intended to be a more…

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691

Designer Anonymous   The term "sofa" comes from the Arabic word "soffa" which was a term used to describe the raised platform covered with carpets and cushions that was found in Arabic and Turkish homes. The type of furniture which we in the West refer to as a "sofa" is a direct descendant of the…

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