Armchair Barcelona

Barcelona: Armchair

Barcelona armchair, design armchair, with X-shaped frame in chromed steel. Quilted leather cushions with buttons and leather straps.
Only armchair or armchair and pouf available.

The project dates back to 1929, when Mies Van der Rohe was commissioned to design the German pavilion at the world exhibition in Barcelona.

Armchair cm. L.76 x P.79 H.77 - 25 Kg
Pouf cm. L.60 x P.56 H.39 - 15 kg

Colors: Black, White, Red, Bordeaux, Bulgarian Red, Natural, Tobacco,
Leather thickness 2.5 / 2.8 mm.

Reissue Ludwig Mies van der Rohe 1929

This product is made with the utmost care to detail, to the resistance of the materials and to the quality of the finishes, to build a unique piece every time.

The processes are carried out by expert craftsmen who, through their professionalism, are the basis of quality products made in Italy.

This product is shipped in a wooden cage.

Particularly suitable and recommended for contract furnishing of offices.

Product made in Italy

For this product, thanks to artisanal and Italian production,
We can supply any spare parts
in order to guarantee excellent quality over time.
* except for technical production updates.

Armchair Barcelona

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Ludwig mies van der Rohe, Aachen 27 March 1886 / Chicago 7 August 1969

Mies Van der Rohe, son of a craftsman, worked initially in his father’s workshop to devote himself later to technical and industrial design. Moved to Berlin, he collaborated with Bruno Paul, furniture designer and Peter behrens designer from the jugendstil, as architect of AEG, became one of the pioneers of Industrial Design.
In 1919 mies van der Rohe had an architecture studio in Berlin, became a member of the Novembergruppe, a revolutionary artists' association and drew up a series of projects that were never realized, but they made him famous, like the first glass skyscrapers.
In 1926 the Deutscher Werkbund under the guidance of Mies Van der Rohe invited the best European architects to participate in the construction of a model neighborhood: Le Corbusier, Gropius.
In 1930 he was appointed director of the Bauhaus in Dessau. After the closure of the school by the Nazi regime, he emigrated to the United States, where he became director of the architecture department at the Armor Institute in Chicago.
He designed a series of important buildings such as the Seagram in New York and the Cullinam Museum in Houston and in Berlin the Neue Nationalgalerie.

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