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  • Barcelona bed inspired by Mies Van Der Rohe (8029)

Barcelona bed inspired by Mies Van Der Rohe (8029)

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Description:Walnut frame on chromed legs.
Mattress and headrest filled with PU-foam, covered with leather.
Dimensions:180 x 80 x 62 cm ( W x D x H )
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Packing:PVC wrapper, wrapped in non-woven fabric blanket, corrugated paper, chipboard, polyester fiber felt or according to customers' requirements

Description of barcelona Daybed by Mies Van Der Rohe
12cm wide Walnut frame. two stainless steel bar racked on the wooden frame for fixedness. the Barcelona Daybed frame is lacquered with light or dark walnut;
 Coverings made of individually stitched and piped square top italian leather pieces;
 Covering on bottom of mattress made of top italian leather at 4 edges and cotton cloth in the middle;
 A zipper sawed along the middle of one of the long edges so the foam can be moved out;
 Mattress and headrest filled with flexible foam upholstered with double-layer leather belts tied to the frame. 11 pieces 6cm wide cowhide saddle leather riveted on the frame. Color availabe in red,white and black.Other colors will require quantity Stainless steel tubular legs.

Mies Van Der Rohe

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969).In addition to being one of the most significant and influential architects of the 20th century, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe is considered the most rigorous of the Rationalists, with his pure, perfectly geometric spaces, organized on planes freed of the restrictions of walls. Born in Aquisgrana, he studied and worked as a furniture designer in Berlin, coming into contact with Gropius and Le Corbusier. He later remained fascinated by the works of Wright. When he opened his own architecture studio, his work began to draw closer to the De Stijl movement and Constructivism, and he started designing using steel and glass, extremely innovative elements for the time. Vice-president of the Werkbund, a cultural organization of primary importance in the '30s, he also served as director of the Bauhaus. Among the main European projects are the Weissenhof building in Stuttgart, Villa Tugendhat in Brno, and the German pavilion for the 1929 International Exposition of Barcellona. In 1937 he moved to the United States, where he was appointed Dean of the Faculty of Architecture at the Institute of Technology of Chicago, dedicating his efforts, among many other things, to the building of skyscrapers, defining continuously new and functional designs.

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