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EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR, 1956

The club chair with upholstered stool in elegant black went through a long period of development before it was completed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1956. He became one of the most famous designs by Charles and Ray Eames and a classic of modern furniture history.

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LA CHAISE, 1948

Inspired by the sculpture "Floating Figure" by the sculptor Gaston Lachaise, Charles and Ray Eames designed the chair La Chaise for a competition of the Museum of Modern Art in New The rest is iconic furniture history?

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PANTON CHAIR, 1967

The Panton Chair is a classic of furniture history. The technology of the freischwinger in combination with the body-like shape and the slightly flexible material gives the chair a seat comfort. Its expressive form makes it an icon of 20th century design.

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LC2 SESSEL, 1928

A masterpiece of the most important architect of the twentieth century. The armchair is Le Corbusier's answer of the modern design to the traditional club chair. The clear contours reflect in harmonious combination with its functional shaping the zeitgeist of a whole epoch.

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EAMES PLASTIC SIDE CHAIR DSW, 1950

On the Plastic Side Chair DSW, the full genius of Charles Eames is revealed. The organically shaped shell nowadays appears almost prototypical for the kind of chairs whose shell can be combined with different bases.

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ARNE JACOBSEN EGG CHAIR, 1958

The Egg Chair in a classic red is the result of an unprecedented performance of the Danish furniture designer Arne Jacobsen. Looking for a chair without any straights, Jacobsen designed his famous Egg Chair.

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LC4 LIEGE, 1928

A masterpiece of modern furniture creation. Even today, Le Corbusier's timeless style is still very popular internationally and generationally. The lounger is a class apart from the well-being, as well as from its successful aesthetics.

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BARCELONA SESSEL, 1929

As an icon of modernity, the Barcelona armchair looks back on a decades-long tradition. The noble piece of furniture was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for the German Pavilion at the 1929 World Exposition in Barcelona and has become the symbol of contemporary living thanks to its simple elegance and convincing functionality.

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EAMES PLASTIC SIDE CHAIR DAW, 1950

On the Plastic Side Chair DSW, the full genius of Charles Eames is revealed. The organically shaped shell nowadays appears almost prototypical for the kind of chairs whose shell can be combined with different bases.

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EAMES PLASTIC ARM CHAIR DAW, 1950

The comfortable, organic-shaped shell of the Plastic Armchairs offers with the integrated armrests a particularly pleasant comfort. The wide selection of bases allows you to use from the dining room via the home office to the garden.

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