By Romaine Delage. Barcelona Chair. Published at Friday, December 22nd, 2017 - 11:19:01 AM.
In 1950, the original design was improved upon by Mies which resulted in a fully welded object in which additional braces at the welding points were eliminated. The one-piece frame made of stainless steel offered higher strength and spring.
These are globally known for its comfort and quality. Its leather is of ultimate versatility and smoothness. Barcelona chairs are also available in various leather types and in several dyes. This will introduce variety in the same and makes your chair the best. Aniline dye is used commonly for these chairs. Barcelona-chairs exhibits both art and structure and this gives them a special place in the industry of furniture. It is of no doubt that these chairs are of something of international value and is a formal and legal lineage of both modern and ancient culture.
Typical 1920s furniture was luxurious, sophisticated in style and very glamorous in design. Mies and Reich strayed from the conventional and introduced clean, minimalist lines, drawing on Mies legacy of favouring simplicity and clarity alongside a balanced blend of creativity and rationality. This approach led to the creation of a chair which has a definitive place in history as an icon of modern design; a piece symbolic of the longstanding relationship between Mies and Reich.
The resultant effect is that this exquisite chair has remained exclusive. Royal influences have endowed it with a reserve that has increased instead of diminishing over time. It retains the ability to enoble itself to a discerning market, predominantly the tasteful and appreciative rather than the average consumer.
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