The Bertoia Bar Stool is customizable, allowing you to create your own version of this modern classic. Its seat is available with or without an upholstered cushion. Various leather and fabric options are available for its cushion, offering endless possibilities for your home. You can also choose between a powder coated or polished stainless steel frame.
The Le Corbusier Le Chaise is a high quality, highly accurate reproduction of Le Corbusier's original. With impeccable attention to detail, this chaise will please even the most selective. Its look is easily recognizable and widely admired. The Le Corbusier Le Chaise will add a distinct look to your home and work perfectly among your modern décor.
After years of experimentation with the medium, the original Plywood Dining Chair design was introduced to the furniture market in the 1940s. This new medium (which had previously been used primarily as a building material) presented huge opportunity because it proved to be a versatile material well-suited for mass-produced designs. As a result of suburban expansion post-WWII, a generation of new homes had been built and the inspiration fueled the birth of what is now known as the mid-century style. This design proved so revolutionary that Times Magazine awarded it "Best Design of the 20th Century" in 1999.
Our Plywood Dining Chair with Wood Legs is based on the original design (known as the "Molded Plywood Dining Chair Wood Base" or "DCW") which debuted over half-a-century ago and it stays true to its revolutionary production techniques. Like the original, it is constructed of layered bent hardwood. Improving upon the original, it is available in various high quality, American FSC-certified wood veneers, making it an eco-friendly choice with iconic style. Its solid construction provides an unparalleled level of quality and an exceptional value for any mid-century or modern dining space. Its smooth contoured seat and back provide form-fitting support that also make the Plywood Dining Chair with Wood Legs a practical choice as a stylish, medium use desk chair.
The development of plywood goods, such as splints & stretchers, during WWII served as inspiration for a new revolution in furniture design post-war. Experimentations with bent plywood gave way to new organic forms that could be mass produced affordably. The Plywood Lounge Chair with Wood Legs is an accurate replica of an iconic, known as the Molded Plywood Lounge Chair with Wood Base (AKA LCW). It was designed 1948 design and was awarded by Time Magazine as "Best Design of the 20th Century" in 1999.
Our Plywood Lounge Chair with Wood Legs stays remains faithful to the original, which debuted over half-a-century ago and stays true to its production techniques. Like the original, it is constructed of layered bent Plywood. Improving upon it, it is available in various high quality, American FSC-certified wood veneers, making it an eco-friendly choice with authentic mid-century styling. Its solid construction provides outstanding durability and hence, an exceptional value for any mid-century or modern living space.
Florence Knoll is considered one of the most influential designers of the 20th century, and is credited with revolutionizing the field of interior design. Though seen as radical at its time, her work in what she called total design resulted in many of the principals seen in interior design today. Florence is also known for her furniture design, with several pieces including this tufted leather stool remaining popular and sought after today.
Le Corbusier is considered one of the pioneers of what is now known as modern architecture. He also led the way in the study of modern high design. Le Corbusier enjoyed a career that spanned five decades and included work as an architect and designer as well as an artist and painter. Though some of his work, considered revolutionary at its time, was initially met with resistance, it came to enjoy widespread popularity and continues to enjoy that today. The Le Corbusier LC1 Arm Chair is among Le Corbusier's best known pieces, and brings this celebrated designer's work into your home at a price you can afford.
Pierre Paulin began designing furniture for Thonet in 1958, and later became the designer for Artifort where he created a series of sculptural chairs. Paulin received many high profile government commissions including interiors for the Elysee Palace in Paris. The Paulin Slice Chair is one of his most recognizable designs, and has the unique characteristic of taking on different looks when viewed from different visual angles.
The Paulin Slice Chair is available in your choice of fabric. It is perfectly complemented by a polished stainless steel base. This chair has great modern appeal that works as well in today's home as it did when first introduced.
Made of faux fox fur
Features chocolate or silver fur on one side and chocolate shantung on the other
Made in the USA
80" W x 48" L
Reversible Loverboy throw features tawny luscious fur on one side and wheat cotton on the other
Made in the USA
Dimensions: 80" W x 48" L