Tag: Chair

Sculptured oak chair with velvet pillow. XVI century.

Antique Furniture. Renaissance Sculptured oak chair

XVI century. Sculptured oak chair with velvet pillow.

Sculptured oak chair with velvet pillow. XVI century.

Europe. Siglio XVI. Silla de roble esculturado, con almohada de terciopelo. 

Renaissance period.

From the book: Galería del Arte Decorativo: Enciclopedia Universal de Trajes, Armas, Muebles, Arquitectura, Útiles Domésticos y Ornamentación de Todos los Tiempos. Editor: J. Aleu Fugarull, Barcelona 1824.

Art Nouveau Armchair by Louis Majorelle.

Art Nouveau Furniture, Armchair

Armchair by Louis Majorelle

Art Nouveau Armchair by Louis Majorelle.

Art Nouveau Armchair 1899-1900, designed and made by Louis Majorelle. Stained walnut, replacement satin upholstery.

Stefan Wewerka Chair, B 5

Germany Vintage Design Furniture chair 1980s

Stefan Wewerka Chair, B 5

Stefan Wewerka Chair, B 5, 1982

The Stefan Wewerka Chair Model “B 5” (1982) is a new creation of a classic furniture of the 20th Century. The tubular steel cantilever chair, B 5, is a delicate and flexible chair sculpture from a single tube, called “Einschwinger”
Manufacture Tecta, Lauenförde, Germany.

 

Charles Eames Lounge Chair 670 & Ottoman 671

mid century furniture design, Charles Eames Lounge Chair 670. Lounge space age Modern stylish interiors

Lounge Chair (670)

Charles Eames Lounge Chair 670

Lounge Chair, 1956, by Charles Eames (1907-1978) and Ray Eames (1912-1988).
Modell Nr. 670 & 671
Manufacturer: Furniture Co. Herman Miller, Zealand, Michigan. USA.

Details Eames Lounge Chair

The Lounge Chair and Ottoman are the associated draft of the American designer couple Charles and Ray Eames from the year 1956. After several years of development, they presented the 1956 chair and stool, which they has developed for the furniture manufacturer Herman Miller. In Europe, the chair is produced since 1957 under license from vitra. The chair and the associated ottoman have a basically same construction. The choice of materials and the used colors are changed over time. The furniture is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Lounge Chair was often used as a requisite in films and television productions.

Verner Panton Cone Chair KD 1958.

Mid-century Furniture Design, Verner Panton Cone Chair. Lounge space age

Cone Chair

Verner Panton Cone Chair KD 1958.

1958, Chair KD, Cone, (Ice Cream Cone) by Verner Panton, 1926-1998.
Manufacturer: Plus-Linje, Copenhagen, Denmark

Verner Panton Chair, 1960

Verner Panton Chair. Design Furniture. Pop art. space age

Panton Chair

Panton Chair. Design Furniture. Pop art. space age

Panton Chair

Verner Panton Chair 1959/60

The first plastic chair to be conceived entirely as a single piece, but the materials and techniques to make it took several years to develop. The fibreglass reinforced polyester used in this early example was strong but brittle and heavy. Since then, polyurethane, polystrene and polypropylene have all been used to make the chair.

Designed by Verner Panton (Danish, 1926-1998)
Made by Herman Miller Furniture Company, Zeeland, Michigan, USA, 1959/60