By Pasclina Comte. Barcelona Chair. Published at Thursday, December 21st, 2017 - 05:20:10 AM.
When it comes to style and comfort you cannot go wrong with a panton chair with its eye catching and intriguing lines. This amazing looking chair was designed with nothing but your comfort in mind. Conformation to your body and springy comfort makes this one a must have for anyone that is looking to add a bit more style to their space.
Fifties modern-day couches in addition to seats without arms additionally help to make areas appear larger. You could make more visible living space by replacing a padded armchair with a lounge chair where the arms are created from wood or metal. Steering clear of end tables and living room tables made from large timber for nesting furniture or parson tables built of metal or even lumber which have glass covers, can make a living room look much larger.
The chair was originally created and especially produced to feature in the German Pavillion building, Germany's offering for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition, which took place in Barcelona. This contemporary modern icon was a joint work of creation between the esteemed Bauhaus architect, Mies van der Rohe and the interior designer, Lilly Reich, his companion.
Two connected pairs of crossed steel bars constitute the framework of the chair; the front and back legs of the chair are curved, the back legs cross the front legs to form a double curve that supports the seat. Foam-rubber cushions are covered with buttoned leather and placed on the seat and the back by means of saddle-leather straps.
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