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  • Bauhaus Collection furniture, design and architecture Museum in Berlin

    Bauhaus Collection furniture, design and architecture Museum in Berlin

    The Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design in Berlin presents the history, influences and the impact of the Bauhaus architecture ha...

  • Video of the permanent exhibition of Bauhaus Italy

    Video of the permanent exhibition of Bauhaus Italy

    Elegance, rationality and innovation: these could be the three key words which describe the Bauhaus furniture, the collection o...

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  • Red and Blue Armchair: the Symbol of Neo-Plasticism

    Red and Blue Armchair: the Symbol of Neo-Plasticism

    The red and blue armchair by Rietveld really represents a piece of history furniture: a symbol of modern design and the practical ...

  • Armchair LC3 by Le Corbusier: Comfort for Everyone

    Armchair LC3 by Le Corbusier: Comfort for Everyone

    The models of armchair LC3 by Le Corbusier represent a real milestone in the seats design: these models of armchair were projected...

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  • Red and Blue Armchair: the Symbol of Neo-Plasticism

    The red and blue armchair by Rietveld really represents a piece of history furniture: a symbol of modern design and the practical application of Neo- Plasticism concepts. This art movement born at the beginning of the last century in Holland and was clearly opposite to the previous art movements, do...

  • Armchair LC3 by Le Corbusier: Comfort for Everyone

    The models of armchair LC3 by Le Corbusier represent a real milestone in the seats design: these models of armchair were projected and realized by the Swiss architect and designer in 1928. These model of armchair were presented to public in 1929 at the Salon d’Automne in Paris, with a complete ser...

  • Noguchi Table: A New Concept of Shape

    The noguchi table is one of the most famous and high priced coffee table: but in its price you can find an object with the unique style of the Japan-American artist. Indeed Isamu Noguchi got the ability of using and melting together various materials: he was a polyhedral artist and worked in the fie...

  • Armchair LC2 by Le Corbusier: Comfort and Functionality

    The armchair LC2 by le corbusier is one of the most important and revolutionary creation by the Swiss designer and architect in the projecting and realizing seats. Indeed Le Corbusier projected and realized a series of seats (that includes various kind of chair, 2 and 3 seats couch and a best seller...

  • Vitra Lounge Chair: The Top of Relax

    The vitra lounge chair (made in 1956) represents one of the best and most famous work by Charles Eames (one of the most important architect and designer of the last century). The particular lines of this lounge chair and the materials used to made it, with advanced technical solutions, had make the ...

  • Mackintosh Ingram: Not Only Chairs

    Between the design creations of Charles Rennie mackintosh the mackintosh ingram probably are the most famous and that ones with the most interesting story: the mackintosh ingram were projected and designed by the Scottish designer and architect within a bigger project. This project included the enti...

  • Cesca Armchair: the Queen of Cantiliver

    The ceska armchair by Marcel Breuer should be considered a sort of stylist revolution in design seats field: indeed this chair belongs to the cantilever chair (or chair shelter) that have a particular characteristic in the framework. This kind of chair doesn’t stand on the classical four feet (the...

  • Armchair LC1 by Le Corbusier: Tecnical Chair

    The armchair LC1 by Le Corbusier is a part of the series of seats (this series includes also  the chaise lounge and 2 and 3 seats couch) that the famous Swiss designer and architect projected  and realized, with a help from his colleagues, between 1928 and 1929 and showed to public at the ...

  • The Armchair by Marcel Breuer: Cesca

    The most famous armchair by Marcel Breuer, Hungarian designer and architect (one of the most important representative of Modernism in Europe) surely is the “cesca” model. The name of this armchair derives by the name of the adoptive daughter of Marcel Breuer, Francesca. The cesca armchair by ...

  • Bibendum Chair: A Unique Piece

    The bibendum chair is one of the most famous work by the Irish designer and artist Eileen Gray: it was projected and realized for the house of the famous stylist Suzanne Talbot. The house was in Rue Lota, in Paris, and the Bibendum chair was one of the first design work by Eileen Gray. Indeed unt...

  • Armchair by Le Corbusier: a Model for Every Shape

    The various models of armchair by le corbusier were one of the most famous part of the work by the Swiss (but French naturalized) designer and architect Le Corbusier: this models of armchair (normally know as LC2) belong to a series of seats (between them there are also some couches) that the design...

  • The Armchair by Josef Hoffmann: Cube in the Space

    The armchair by Josef hoffmann (also known as “kubus” armchair) in one of the most famous works (among the projects and objects actually realized) for the Austrian designer and architect in the field of design furniture. In this field Josef Hoffmann was particularly active and he worked to creat...

  • The Armchair by Harry Bertoia: a Sculpture in the Space

    The various model of armchair by harry bertoia represent all an important part of the history of modern design: indeed Harry Bertoia was born in Italy, but became an American citizen, is considered one of the most interesting and  polyhedral artist and designer of the  last century. We can...

  • Armchair by Charles Eames: a Shell of Comfort

    The armchair by charles eames is an object that makes part of the history design and the modern furniture: and the armchair by Charles eames reached this goal without upsetting the stylist canons or searching a particular and elegant but uncomfortable line. Indeed the armchair by Charles eames keeps...

  • Tilting Armchair By Le Corbusier: Tecnology for Comfort

    The tilting armchair by le corbusier represents one of the smaller seat in the production of the Swiss (French naturalized) architect and designer: he realized some unique seats (chairs, armchairs and chaise lounge), but is famous for his activity in the architecture and in the city planning (in the...

  • Bibendum Armchair by Eileen Gray: Soft and Comfort Space

    The bibendum armchair by eileen gray is one of the most important object in the modern design history: and this because its style, really unique and particular, impossible to found in other works, and also for the artistic history of its creator. Eileen Gray was one of the most polyhedral artist in ...

  • Kubus Bauhaus Chair: a New Geometric Style

    The kubus bauhaus chair, born from the inspiration and the technical ability of the Austrian architect and designer Josef Hoffmann, is in that set of furniture object that rightly entered in history of modern design. These objects find a common inspiration in the Bauhaus school: this school was one ...

  • MR Chaise in Leather: New Materials and Shapes

    The various models of MR chaise in leather represent a very interesting part of the production by the famous German architect and designer in the field of seats: Mies Van Der Rohe concentrated his furniture design production in chair and armchair. Mies Van Der Rohe developed various models with diff...

  • Table by Le Corbusier: a Star in the Dining Room

    There are some pieces of furniture that can give a touch of elegance and uniqueness at every room and space: the dining table by le Corbusier is part of this narrow circle of furniture objects. The objects projected and made by the Swiss designer follow precises’ stylistic canons and the dining ta...

  • Mackintosh Chair: for Style and Comfort

    In the production of the Scottish designer Charles Mackintosh the various kind of mackintosh chair stands out for the originality and the influence on the following designers. Indeed the Scottish designer projected and realized a set of various chair. All these chairs were recognizable for a unique ...

  • Leather MR Chaise: Steel and Leather

    The various model of leather MR chaise by Mies Van Der Rohe represent one of the most interesting part in the production of the famous German designer and architect in the seat field: Mies Van Der Rohe concentrated his production of design furniture in the field of chair and armchair, and made vario...

  • Lc3 Sofa by Le Corbusier: Petite e Grand

    The various model of lc3 sofa by le corbusier probably are the most ingenious and important in the Swiss designer and architectural works (Le Corbusier borne in Switzerland but became naturalized in France). Indeed Le Corbusier was a famous architect (one of the most important exponents of the Moder...

  • Eileen Gray Bed: a New Style

    The eileen gray bed represents one of the most important work in the furniture design by the Irish designer. The work as a designer is only one of the multiple aspects of the Eileen Gray activity: the Irish artist during her career gave space to garnishment, internal and external architecture. For ...

  • Barcelona Sofa by Mies Van Der Rohe: a Chair for a King

    With the barcelona sofa mies van der rohe united in a single object the various incentives that underlined in his creations and work: the works in the design field but also the work in architectonic field, with an high level elegance. The Barcelona sofa by mies van der rohe was designed as a royal c...

  • Lounge Chair by Eames: Wrapped in a Shell

    The lounge chair by eames is an armchair that succeeded in interpreting the sense of comfort and elegance, all melted in a single object. Is a common opinion that is not easy for a design object to join together style, beauty and practicality of use. Instead the lounge chair by eames is an object wi...

  • Chair by Le Corbusier: Style and Logic for Comfort

    Le Corbusier was one of the most important and prolific designer of the last century: his work covers all architectural fields, from city planning to furniture design, and between his creations we can’t forget the chair by le Corbusier. When the Swiss designer project and made out this chair he re...

  • Bed by Eileen Gray: The Style of Comfort

    It’s not easy thinking a bed like an object of design: often the bed is located in the hidden zone of a house, and the function of this object is to give a comfortable relax. But the bed by Eileen gray overthrows this perspective. The Irish designer transformed this bed in a unique design object, ...

  • Bookcase by Breuer: Elegance and Solidity

    Actually you can find the bookcase by breuer in different colors, so you can adapt this bookcase to every kind of room: indeed the most important characteristic of this bookcase is the adaptability, joined with an high level of usability. Above all for its usability the bookcase by breuer in various...

  • Lc4 by Le Corbusier: Made for Relax

    In the design production of the famous Swiss architect Le Corbusier couldn’t  being missed a chaise lounge projected for relax: and the chaise lounge lc4 by le Corbusier is faithful to the canon of his creator. In this chaise lounge the style of the object represents its principal function: l...

  • Kubus Sofa 3 Seater: From Art Noveau to Geometrical Forms

    The kubus sofa 3 seater by Josef Hofmann is one of the most famous furniture objects projected and realized by the Austrian designer and architect: Josef Hofmman worked in the first half of the last century and is remembered mostly for his great influence on the Modernism. The Modernism was an artis...

  • Lc3 Le Corbusier: Comfort for Everyone

    If you are looking for a couch for your living room, that it’s comfortable and at the same time that gives a glimpse of elegance to your furniture, the sofa lc3 le Corbusier it’s the couch for you. The sofa lc3 le Corbusier was projected in 1928 and showed for the first time in 1929 at the “Sa...

  • Kubus Couch: The Comfort of Geometric Form

    The kubus couch, actually sealed by various design company, draws inspiration from to original kubus sofa projected and realized by josef hofmann, one of the most important European designer and architect of the last century. Josef Hofmann was born in Austria and worked between the 18th and 19Th cen...

  • Lc2 by Le Corbusier: Inside Out

    Is not easy to choose a sofa between the various styles and materials in the modern survey of furniture: but if you will be sure to choose an object that is at the same time classic and elegant, without a doubt  the sofa lc2 by le Corbusier is the best solution. The Swiss designer projected the...

  • Kubus Chair: the Perfect Cube

    The kubus chair represents one of the most famous word of work by the Austrian designer and architect Josef Hoffmann: the work of this designer has developed at the beginning of the last century, and has placed in the transition time between two important artistic movements. Two artistic movement...

  • Lc1 by Le Corbusier: An Armachair Modern and Unique

    Also a little part of forniture, like an armchair, could have a glimpse of elegance and class that make the furniture unique and recognizable among the others: and surely this is the case of the tilting armchair lc1 by le Corbusier. The armchair lc1 was projected and designed by the Swiss designer a...

  • Eames Chaise: Comfort and Tecnology

    Charles Eames was a major exponent of Organic Architecture: from his collaboration with Ray Kaiser (his partner in work and private life) a lot of  most interesting creations of modern furniture, like the eames chaise. The eames chaise was projected and developed by Charles and Ray Eames for a ...

  • Table Eero Sarineen: An Alternative Vision of Table

    When you think about a table, for the dining room o for the living room, maybe you imagine a round or a square shape, and some legs that support the table. The table by eero Saarinen shows an alternative vision of the classic table in the design furniture world. We must remember that the Finnish-Ame...

  • Kubus Armchair by Josef Hoffmann: Geometric Style and Comfort

    Between the creations in furniture design the kubus armachair by josef Hoffmann in one of the most famous and successful: the Austrian designer and architect succeeded in to report the realization of the design objects his unique concept of style. The Josef Hoffmann’s style was mostly inspired by ...

  • Sofa Lc3 by Le Corbusier: Comfort for Men and Women

    The various models of sofa lc3 by le corbusier represent the most interesting production of the Swiss designer and architect in furniture, particularly in the field of seats (like chair, armchair, couch and chaise longue). In fact Le Corbusier was famous for his activity as a town planner, but he le...

  • Egg Chair Jacobsen: A Shell Of Style

    There are pieces of furniture that became classic in the modern design during the years and never lost its charm and originality, in every place you will put it: the egg chair Jacobsen is rightly part of these objects. The Egg chair was created exclusively for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, whic...

  • The Kubus Style by Josef Hoffmann: Geometric Shape and Beauty

    The kubus style by josef hoffman reflects the artistic setting of the Austrian designer and architect: his activity, in the first half of the last century, was the anticipator and inspirer for many art movements in the following years. First of all the Art Decò (that resumed and extended the use of...

  • The Lota Sofa by Eileen Gray: Luxury and Comfort

    A couch should always have some features: in the first place, a couch should offer a comfortable seat for whom use it, has to be solid and show style and elegance.  With all these features a couch can be a design furniture and you can choose it for your living room: the lota sofa by Eileen Gray...

  • Egg Chair by Fritz Hansen: Privacy and Comfort

    The egg chair by Fritz Hansen was born from the collaboration between an ingenious designer and a big producer: from a collaboration like this could born only the best products, like the egg chair. The Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair was the culminations of a new technique that Jacobsen pioneered with the E...

  • Sofa Lc2 by Le Corbusier: Design for The Human Anatomy

    The sofa lc2 by Le Corbusier represents a true revolutions between the couches: Le Corbusier has design and made this sofa between 1928 and 1929 for the Salon d’Automne art exhibition in Paris (with a set of chair, armchair and chaise lounge). The Swiss designer and architect  Le Corbusier wo...

  • Lc3 Grand Modele by Le Corbusier: a Couch for Women

    The lc3 grand modele by Le Corbusier is a couch: this sofa is one of the most famous creation by the Swiss designer and architect in the design seats. The sofa grand modele lc3 belongs to the “Grand Comfort” series (that includes other models of armchair and sofa) and is the result of the depth ...

  • Kubus Sofa: The Style Of Cubic Form

    The kubus sofa by Josef Hoffman is one classic piece of the modern design in furniture. Because the kubus sofa by Josef Hoffman represents a very important moment of transition for the European art movements: at the beginning of the last century the European art movements started a slow but unrelent...

  • Sofa Eileen Gray: Lota and Day Bed for Relax

    The sofa by Eileen Gray, also know as “Lota sofa”, along with the day bed, represents two very different styles, two artistic soul of the Irish designer. Indeed Eileen Gray was a polyhedral artist, an expert in  various courts: both models of Eileen Gray’s couch was made for the same hous...

  • The Day Bed By Mies Van Der Rohe: Royal Relax

    The Barcelona Day Bed by mies van der rohe was originally designed by the German architect and designer in 1930 as an addition to his hugely successful Barcelona Collection, which was first introduced in his German Pavilion at the 1929 International Exhibition in Barcelona. The most famous product o...

  • The Chaise Lounge LC4: the Relaxing Machine

    The  chaise longue lc4 by Le Corbusier is the chaise long par excellence, an absolute icon of 1928: it was named the “relaxing machine”, because the reinterpretation of the classic chaise lounge by the Swiss designer and architect originate a chair that is a piece of modern design history. ...

  • Barcelona Couch Mies Van Der Rohe: the King of Comfort

    The Barcelona couch by Mies Van Der Rohe is probably the most famous and bestselling creation by the German architect and designer in the furniture. It’s an unique object, with a unique style. The manufacture of this couch, following the original project by Mies Van Der Rohe, is very complicated, ...

  • Ceska Bruer the Most Famous Cantilever Chair

    Marcel Breuer’s cantilever chair ceska bruer is one of the best-known chairs in the world: Breuer’s fondness for tubular steel and his knowledge of how to use it in chair construction was already illustrated in the Club chair “B 3” (as know as Wassily chair) introduced in 1925. Breuer was re...

  • Barrel Chair: the Comfort of Solid Wood

    The Barrel chair, designed and producted by Frank Loyd Wright it’s a famous model of the American architect and designer production. Frank Loyd Wrigh was a pioneer of modern architecture: the influence of his art and design on European modernists and generations of US architects has been very impo...

  • Argyle Mackintosh: High Height For a Unique Chair

    The argyle mackintosh is an unusually high backed chair, designed by the Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Catherine Cranston's Argyle Street Tearooms in Glasgow around 1898-1899. This kind of chair was very important in the career of the Scottish designer, because the design for the ...

  • The Ant Chair: Choose a Modern Look for a Evergreen

    If you are thinking about a chair that characterized the design  production of the last century, the ant chair created by Arne Jacobsen is the item you are looking for. This chair is one of the most famous creation of the designer, an object with a unique style and with a look that can be recog...

  • Discovery the Mies Van Der Rohe's Chairs: a Piece of Design History

    In the large production of mies van der rohe, one of the most famous German architect and designer  the chairs in the Twentieth Century, the chairs hold a very important task: the mies van der rohe’s chairs were become a style icon for the German designer, immediately recognizable for the uni...

  • Mies Van der Rohe Chaise Lounge: Style and Comfort

    The various models of mies van der rohe’s chaise lounge represent some examples of classic furniture in the modern production of chairs. To better understand the art of the German designer, first we must kwon the spirit of his production, inspirited by using material like iron and leather and sear...

  • Adjustable table E-127: the essence of elegance

    Some objects can be considerate like the symbol of a particularly style: and the Adjustable table E-127,  one of the most important production of the Irish designer Eileen Gray, is certainly an important symbol of the Modern Movement.   In the early years of her activ...

  • Eileen Grey Table, timeless design

    Pure expression of the modern movement, the Eileen Gray Table, also known as "Adjustable table E-127" is, for more than 80 years, one of the objects of the most loved and imitated design.    The Eileen Gray Table made its appearance in 1927, in the heart of the modern movement: ...

  • Office Chairs: tips for choosing

    The search for office chairs that best suit business needs must be addressed with the utmost attention, without being deceived by the convenience that some office chairs can give the very first use, and indeed, it is these office chairs that are comfortable from the first time you use run the ris...

  • Sofa LC2 by Le Corbusier - Designer Le Corbusier

    Most people are familiar with the Franco-Swiss architect Le Corbusier for his work in the field of architecture, but anyone with a basic knowledge in furniture design of the 20th century, will know that even some of the most famous furniture in modern history have been designed by him. A design o...

  • Chester sofa: Elegance classic furniture

    The origins of the Chester sofa Some people think that the Chester sofa is so named because it is derived from the name of the town of Chesterfield in Derbyshire. It is said that these sofas are named by the Earl of Chesterfield - but this has never been proven.   The choice of a...

  • Bauhaus design furniture

    We embrace the passion for design furniture and the high standard of construction, all our furniture design is made in Italy. We provide our customers the best quality and the most innovative design at the best possible price.   We create design furniture designed by the great ma...

  • RIETVELD Table : a masterpiece of design by the Dutch master

    It 's definitely a masterpiece from 1923 in production. The Rietveld table is really fascinating and it is a piece in a house decorated with a modern style, you can not miss.   In addition to the Rietveld table his masterpieces are: as an architect Schröder House, 1924, include...

  • Hill House Chair

    Today, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) is considered one of the leading British Art Nouveau, as well as lesser-known Glasgow current movement.   Architect, designer and painter, Scotland, spent most of his life in Glasgow, thriving industrial growth in those years saw the demand ...

  • The Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen

    The egg is always full of symbolic meanings that go from the idea of ​​life it contains to religious values, magical and superstitious. Because of these complex values, the egg has always tickled the imagination and the creativity of artists of all time: just think of cryptic egg suspe...

  • Chesterfield Sofa: Classic Furniture

    The Chesterfield sofa is a synonym for luxury and exclusivity furniture, an elegant accompaniment to add value to the office and at home. True British classic, the Chesterfield enjoys a tradition of over 200 years. Today it can be tailored to individual needs because its production is th...

  • Barcelona Chair : made in Italy!

    The Barcelona chair is the chair known as the world, designed by the famous architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. The Barcelona chair is created entirely of leather, its unique design makes it suitable for any decor, but definitely better for a modern decor. The Barcelona ch...

  • Saarinen Table: a classic in your home

      The Saarinen table is a classic collection of Bauhaus, a table with simple lines, but of great charm.   Elegance, beauty and personality when you decorate a home, you should always aim to have the idea that home furnishings should make the most of ourselves, our lives...

  • Le Corbusier Lc1: the success of the original design

    The Tilting Chair by Le Corbusier chair( Le Corbusier Lc1) is a reinterpretation of English 'Officers chair', was designed by the architect with the help of Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret. The latter is recognized as one of the most important designers 'modernist' chairs. The pecu...

  • Eileen Gray table: Design and modern art

    Eileen Gray table was designed for the guest room of the villa in Roquebrune E 1027, Eileen Gray designed with Jean Badovici in 1927-1929. Badovici Jean, his friend the Romanian intellectual, seems to be the decisive figure who convinced Eileen Gray for architecture. The magazine "L'Arc...

  • Wassily chair: design by Marcel Breuer

    The Wassily chair, or B3 Model was designed by Marcel Breuer in 1925 and dedicated to the great Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky, the father of abstract art. Breuer, first a student and then teacher at the Bauhaus, is considered one of the leading exponents of the modern movement, founded by Le ...

  • Tulip Table - Eero Saarinen Bauhaus Design

    Somewhere years ago I read 'everyone should have at least one classic, a timeless piece of furniture. If I could, it would be a Saarinen Tulip Table high on my wish list.   Eero Saarinen (1910-1961) was a Finnish architect, American industrial designer, known for his purist approach ...

  • Breuer chairs, the master who molded steel tubes

    Breuer Chairs created by Marcel Breuer, architect and furniture designer. He was born in Hungary and studied at the Bauhaus and eventually became a faculty member. The tubular steel design was inspired by his idea from the handlebars of his bicycle. During this period he developed his idea with t...

  • Bauhaus Lamps: works of art on your nightstand

    Simple but elegant, beautiful and innovative Bauhaus lamps are able to give a touch of originality to a bedside anonymous or further enhance your study desk or chair in your living room. Function and beauty: these are the goals pursued by the Bauhaus teachers and students in their pursuit of perf...

  • Le Corbusier : Chaise longue

    Le Corbusier chaise longue defined as: the real machine to rest. Relaxation is safe in this chair with leather pony, and the tubular chromed steel and mirror polished.    The base of the chaise longue is made of lacquered sheet metal and tubular steel with black paint. But the C...

  • Bauhaus: art to your decor

    Have you ever thought that decorating your home can be an art? Precisely this was the intent of Walter Gropius in Weimar in 1919 when he founded the Bauhaus school of architecture and crafts. The Bauhaus, of course, was closed by the Nazi regime in 1933, but his projects, the result of some ...

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