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this extraordinary Bauhaus furniture online shop. Here you find an exquisite
selection of modern classic furniture. Our modernist pieces represent
the most important designers of this century. Carefully crafted in Italy,
each item employs the finest materials and craftsmanship.
Our furniture is build after the original design with the exact measurements
given by the designer himself. We concentrate on the famous furniture
pieces by Mies van der Rohe (Barcelona, barcelona daybed, Barcelona ottoman,
Barcelona table, Brno chair), Le Corbusier (LC1, LC2, LC4, LC6, LC7, LC8),
Marcel Breuer (Wassily chair, Laccio table) and Eileen Gray (Adjustable
Bauhaus Design Movement had an important impact on the development of
Modern Design and Architecture in the twentieth century. It was truly
avant-garde in it's techniques and ideas. Especially when the furniture
is representing these important modernistic ideas.
Breuer metal became the material with which he changed the image of furniture.
For Breuer tubular steel with leather or fabric was as comfortable as
good upholstered furniture, but lighter, cheaper, less bulky and more
hygienic. Marcel Breuer's idea behind this new aesthetics was to build
cheap and beautiful homes, were the cool and durable materials of the
furniture would create a new type of beauty.
of Le Corbusier represent the concepts of the Bauhaus in its purest form.
The formal transformation of chairs and sofas by the use of a framework
of metal or steel is a clear characteristic. His famous easy chairs (LC2,
LC3, Grande Comfort), the sofas (LC2 Twoseater, LC2 Two seater, LC3 two
seater, LC3 Three Seater) and the ultimate "Rest Machine", the
LC4 Lounge Chair, are revolutionary even today.
chair is a cult object, designed for the German pavilion at the International
Exhibition in Barcelona 1929. Mies van der Rohe created a bright and spacious
elegant pavilion and placed two chairs, which should serve as thrones
for the king and queen. The frames that Mies v. d. Rohe designed were
of chromium plated flat steel, the cushions covered with white kid leather.
The so called Barcelona chairs were heavy, and they were meant to be.
The praise of the design world was outstanding. Rohe was seen as the "pioneer
of modern architecture". Today one finds the Barcelona chair and
the ottoman in many executive lounge offices.