Classic furniture of the last century

I am a big fan of Modern architecture of the last century especially 1920 – 1930
generally characterized by simplification of form and an absence of applied decoration. This era was better known as the International style mainly developed in Germany, France and Holland and some of the well-known furniture made by the representative of this era found their home by us as for example the LC4 chaise longue designed by le Corbusier with collaboration of Pierre Jeanneret und Charlotte Perriand produced today by Cassina or E. Grey glass side table being in repertoire of Classicon. Also our breakfast porcelain is designed by another big name of this era professor Walter Gropius a founder of the Bauhaus school.

Hope you don’t mind a little excursion to a different field. 🙂

_G9C6458LC4 chaise longue designed by le Corbusier, E. Grey side table with Gropius porcelain

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LC4 chaise longue designed by le Corbusier – naked .-) ( I simply love the form), E. Grey side table with Gropius porcelain

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E. Grey side table again with classic chair from the 60ties – Verner Panton by Vitra

The Gropius porcelain in constant use .-)

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2 thoughts on “Classic furniture of the last century

  1. Beautiful classic furniture that will never go out of style!
    I wouldn’t mind the Le Corbusier chaise longue 🙂 and the E. Gray table 😉
    Should you want to get rid of these things some day…you have my contacts 😀
    Have a wonderful start into the weekend! xo 🙂

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