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Armchair Swan 1958 by Arne Jacobsen. It was designed for Royal Hotel Radisson in Copenhagen. It is one of the most popular furniture its time. Turnable, technologically innovative, with elegant shape. It is very popular in hotel lobby`s and bars. The 'Swan' is one of Arne Jacobsen’s most recognised pieces and has made many film and TV appearances.
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LC6 table by famous designer Le Corbusier was first presented in Paris in 1929 as part of his furniture LC collection. The handmade table, also known as "Tube d`Avion", is an elegant combination of steel and glass. The steel frame is made of shaped oval tube. The glass top is supported by 4 plates and is available in different qualities and thikness to...
Laccio tables were originally used as stools. This could be the story of the Laccios by Marcel Breuer. Originally they were used in studios and workshops as a pouffs. Today, the Lacio`s serve as a side table. However you use this piece of furniture it express the Bauhaus form and is always an eye-catching.
Coffee Table by Isamu Noguchi 1944 designed was originally for the President of the New York Museum of Modern Art. The curved base made of ash wood is stained either Natural, Black, or Walnut. Its liver shape of the glass top comes perfectly to validity.only UK
The famouse Bauhaus lamp 'Tube Light' was designed in 1927 by Eileen Gray.Because of its timeless beauty is the lamp still one of the most popular lamps wich suits the Bauhaus furniture. The lamp was promoted by the minimalist design of the Bauhaus time.
Globe chair is one of famous projects designers Eero Aarnio's in 1963. The fiberglass chair is appreciated not only because of its unique shape, but also because of its incredibly peaceful atmosphere - without outside noise. The ball chair appears very often in science fiction movies and it became a quite famous furniture.
Egg atmchair combined with Ottoman were developed by the Bauhaus designer Arne Jacobsen 1958 for the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. The unique process of the organic-looking chair contains non straight lines but is composed exclusively of curves. The backrest is also exceptionally high. It is imensionally stable made of fiberglass and with foam filling.