EERO SAARINEN GROSSER TULIP TABLE
The influences of architecture and nature for the Tulip Table by Eero Saarinen are obvious. The flowing shape of this table made of fiberglass is very particular. The one-legged construction tapers in a funnel-shaped base and transforms to a circular stand. The Tulip Table is one of the most famous designs by Eero Saarinen on behalf of his furniture design. His various designs of the Tulip Chair match perfectly.
The first drafts for the Tulip Table were sketched in the 1940s during a series of studies of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The artist, originated from Finland, was in contact with many persons of well-known names as, for example, Charles Eames, during his creational time.
ISAMU NOGUCHI NOGUCHI TABLE
The Coffee Table by Isamu Noguchi is a masterwork of sculptural furniture design. The table consists of two wooden pieces in an organic shape, that provide a new perspective from every point of view. The triangular glass plate complements the elementary design with another modern component. Its construction is simple but ingenious, but also timeless and in vogue.
Isamu Noguchi created the Table in the year 1944. Prior to that he studied at the Columbia University of New York and the Leonardo da Vinci Art School. In the Year 1927 he obtained the scholarship from Guggenheim for two years. Noguchi searched the inspiration for his works on his frequent travels, where he started to appreciate the beauty of nature and architecture for its harmonic combination.
MIES VAN DER ROHE BARCELONA CHAIR TWO-SEATER
The Barcelona Two-Seater Sofa of the group of the same name by Mies van der Rohe can best be described as classic elegant. Its suitable and direct shaping with its traditional stitching make it very popular for private and public purposes. Its angular shape made of polished steel strapping is inspired by the design of antique models made of wood and gives the group its timeless beauty.
The Barcelona Group was designed for the German pavilion on the world exhibition in Barcelona in the year 1929 by Mies van der Rohe. The possibility to combine and arrange the different elements, as the Ottoman, the Chair, and the Sofas, and the new design established the Barcelona Group upon the exhibition instantly as a popular furniture for exclusive locations.
MIES VAN DER ROHE DAYBED
The legend of the Bauhaus era Ludwig Mies van der Rohe designed the Barcelona Daybed explicitly for the New York apartment of Philip Johnson. In 1930 it was presented to the public. The Lounger has a cushion with a leather cover, stitched in squares, has a frame of cherry hardwood, and chromium plated stainless steel stands. It invites for an extended nap.