(* 1915 in Udine, Italien † November 6, 1978 in Barto, Pensilvania) was a major American artist and designer. He meets Charles Eames and Florence and Hans Knoll at the Cranbrook Academy of Arts. His experimentation with materials and filigree forms has brought him artistically far. His chair: 'Diamond, Model 420' has become world famous.
Harry Bertoia has created the following milestones:
Diamond Model 420 Chair, Chair 482, 483 Stool
This Bauhaus stool by Bauhaus designer Harry Bertoia 1952 is made of chrome-plated ornately curved wire mesh. For the comfortable seats ensures a cushion with leather, fabric or Pony fell upholstery of your choise.
Diamond chair 492 designed by Bauhaus designer Harry Bertoia 1952. This impressive chair is made of chrome-plated ornately curved wire mesh in the form of a diamond. For the comfortable seats ensures a cushion with leather or fabric upholstery of your choise. The extravagant Diamond Chair of the Bauhaus age is ideal as a seat for a balcony or terrace.