Published at Wednesday, October 10th 2018. by Lucien Chevotet in Interior Furniture.
By 1925, Gropius had designed a new campus for the Bauhaus School, and legend has it that 23 years old teacher Marcel Breuer had the assignment of designing furnishings for the teacher's residences. As a designer, he sought, to integrate the geometry and simplicity of the Bauhaus philosophy with a strong desire for human comfort. The resulting chair for the home of faculty member Wassily Kandinsky, an Abstract Expressionism painter, was made from tubular steel. This was the first time the material had been used for general interior furniture, but its light weight, affordability, and strength made it an ideal choice. Although the chair is void of any decoration, the tubular steel frame gives a very complicated and boxy effect. The original version had back and seat slings of canvas that kept the body from contact with the nickel plated frame. By 1930, however, it was produced with chrome plating, which did not tarnish, and leather was option for the slings.
Furnishing your living room with modern furniture that includes modern chaises not only helps you to relax but also reflects your personal style and personality. The living room is the main place where visitors and family dwell; therefore it is supposed to be attractive, stylish and comfortable. The modern room furniture should be durable and sturdy so that it does not wear out so fast to cause embarrassments in the home.
Interior design is an art form that is mastered through education and experience. London designer furniture retailers who employ interior designers do so to meet the needs of clients who desire to utilise expertise.
Professionals in design should also be able to look at the architectural elements of a building and plan a room's layout to complement the architecture. This includes choosing designer furniture with lines and colours that best accent the room.
Chrome plated tubular steel may not sound like the material found in antique furniture. Steel does not have the patina, warmth, or graining of wood normally associated with antiques. However, the benchmark chair of contemporary furniture, the Wassily, which was designed in 1925 by Marcel Breuer of the Bauhaus School, will, in only 15 years, be considered an antique by government standards.
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