Hugo Alvar Henrik Aalto (born February 3, 1898 in Kuortane, Finland; † 11 May 1976 in Helsinki, Finland) was a Finnish architect and designer. Alvar Aalto was known for its special concepts in the field of organic building. He was influenced by the German Werkbund and Bauhaus. He sought in terms of organic architecture to a close relationship between people and environment.
Alvar Aalto created the following milestone:
Armchair Paimio 41, Wood 66 chair, barstool Paimio
Once the Bauhaus jointly Furniture Designer of the golden era: the desire Furnishings in industrial production for the nation needs to produce inexpensive. Their clear and simple shapes, the simplicity and functionality of the materials were program this important German design movement. The 'modern classic' are precisely why today again highly topical.
Born February 11, 1902 in Copenhagen; † March 24, 1971) is considered the most important international architect and designer of Denmark in the 20th century. His design work has been influenced by Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier and the Bauhaus. In his work, his perfectionism reflects. He is said to have worked almost permanently. Recreation was for him therein, to engage creatively in other Bereichwn.
Arne Jacobsen created the following milestone:
Wood chair 3107
Charles Rennie Mackintosh (born June 7, 1868 in Glasgow; † 10 December 1928 in London) was a Scottish architect, artisans, designers, graphic artists and painters. He was one of the leading personalities of the Art Nouveau movement of the late 19th century and gave the modern design impetus. Mackintosh is therefore regarded as an influential forerunner of Modern Art. Charles Rennie Mackintosh has the following design furniture created milestones: Argyle Chair, Ingram Chair, Willow chair, D.S. 1 chair, D.S. 2 table, dining chairs, Hill House Chair
(Born June 17, 1907 in St. Louis, Missouri; † August 21, 1978) was an American designer and architect. Together with his wife Ray Eames (1912-1988), he contributed greatly to the development of the "Modern Style" in postwar America at and continues to characterize Designer especially with his furniture designs, which are strongly influenced by functionality. Charles and Ray Eames created the following milestones: Lounge Chair, Plywood Chair, La Chaise, Folding Table
(Born August 20, 1910 in Kirkkonummi, Finland; † 1 September 1961, Michigan) was one of the most famous architects and designers of the 20th century. Saarinen initially oriented strongly to the severe cubic shapes of Mies van der Rohe, before he found more expressive forms over time. Known are especially his sweeping cantilevered structures. Famous is his one-legged 'Tulip chair' (Tulip Chair).Eero Saarinen has created the following milestones:Tulip Chair, Tulip dining table
(Born August 9, 1878 in Enniscorthy; † October 31, 1976) was an Irish interior architect and designer. It is among the most important designers of the 20th century. In 1972 she was appointed by the Royal Society of Art in London for "Royal Designer to Industry". The Museum of Modern Art in New York took its Adjustable Table E 1027 on in his collection. Eileen Gray has designer furniture created following milestones: Adjustable Table E 1027 cocktail table, Tubelight, Daybed Roquebrune, Bibendum Armchair
Florence Marguerite Knoll Basset (born May 24, 1917 in Saginaw, Michigan) is one of the most renowned American designers and architects of the 20th century and a pioneer in the manufacture of modern furniture. She studied with Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Eero Saarinen.
George Nelson (* 1908 in Hartford, Connecticut; was an American designer and architect. Nelson became one of the most influential design theorists in the USA in the 1930s. Nelson's designs were groundbreaking in the furniture sector. Today they are among the best known in the Bauhaus. His artistic freedom was derived from the realization that human needs are complex, subtle and mysterious.
George Nelson has created the following milestones:
Nelson Bank, Coconut Chair