Designed by Dutch architect, Mart Stam in 1926, who was awarded the European patent for the Cantilever chair. He created this chair with commercial gas pipes and joint fittings.
They were used for the first time in 1927 in the Weissenhof-Siedlung in Stuttgart.
Also known as the “Bowl Chair”. It is an unusual chair in the shape of a hemisphere, with upholstered seat cushion.
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It is an iconic furniture design from the 50s, and is still popular around the world.
With a soft cushion which provides a complete rest, the chair design allows you to find your comfortable cozy position.The “Papasan chair” is typically 35-60 inches wide and 35 inches deep.
The Swan Chair designed by Arne Jacobsen for the lobby and lounge areas at the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, in 1958.
Available in a wide range of fabric and leather upholstery. The star base is made of aluminum mounted on a satin polished steel pedestal. The shells are made of a synthetic material, padded with cold-cured foam.
Designed by German Designers Mies Van Der Rohe and Lilly Reich in 1929.
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It is is made up of a Bovine Leather supported on a steel frame.
Width: 29 ½”
Height: 30 ¼”
Seat Height: 17″
CONSTRUCTION AND DETAILS
Upholstered with 40 individual panels. Individual panels are cut, hand-welted, and hand-tufted with leather buttons produced from a single cowhide. Cushions are premium quality, highly resilient urethane foam with down-like dacron polyester fiberfill
Upholstery straps are cowhide belting leather. Sides are dyed to match specified upholstery color. 17 straps are used for cushion support
Frame is polished chrome hand-ground and hand-buffed to a mirror finish. Upholstery straps attached with aluminum rivets
The KnollStudio logo and signature of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe are stamped into the leg