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Armchairs

Tom Vac

Category: Armchairs

$ 273.92 VAT included

$ 334.19
Ron Arad, 1999

The elegant plastic shell of Tom Vac offers comfortable seating not only in interior spaces but also in outdoor settings: special additives in the moulded polypropylene shell help to prevent the colour from fading, and the powder-coated finish of the base makes the chair suited for use on the terrace or in the garden.

RAR Eames Plastic Armchair

Category: Armchairs

$ 489.71 VAT included

$ 597.44
Charles & Ray Eames, 1950

Plastic Armchair fu presentata per la prima volta al concorso "Low Cost Furniture Design" del Museo d'Arte Moderna di New York.

Ceska

Category: Armchairs

$ 1,095.69 VAT included

$ 1,336.75
Marcel Breuer, 1928
Marcel Breuer designed and built the chair Ceska Chair in 1928 working with the steel tube with the intent to create a seat that would ensure both comfort and elegance.
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Plywood Group LCW

Category: Armchairs

$ 1,245.51 VAT included

$ 1,519.53
Charles & Ray Eames, 1945/1946

Charles and Ray Eames spent many years experimenting with new techniques for producing three-dimensionally moulded plywood seat shells that conformed to the contours of the human body.

Brno Chair Tubular

Category: Armchairs

$ 1,531.74 VAT included

$ 1,868.72
Ludwig Mies Van De Rohe, 1930

Designed by Mies van der Rohe for His renowned Tugendhat House in Brno, Czech Republic.

Aluminium Group EA 107

Category: Armchairs

$ 1,721.81 VAT included

$ 2,100.60
Charles & Ray Eames, 1958

The Aluminium Chair is one of the greatest furniture designs of the twentieth century. Charles and Ray Eames originally designed it in 1958 for the private residence of an art collector in Columbus, Indiana (USA). 

MVS Chaise

Category: Armchairs

$ 1,813.49 VAT included

$ 2,212.45
Maarten Van Severen, 2000

MVS Chaise is the ideal seating for those who want to relax or take a nap.

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Wassily

Category: Armchairs

$ 1,833.61 VAT included

$ 2,237.01
Marcel Brauer, 1925

The Wassily Chair, also known as the Model B3 chairwas designed by Marcel Breuer. At the time, 1925 was the director of the laboratory of the wood at the Bauhaus in Dessau.