Knoll "Brno" armchair in red/pink fabric by Mies Van der Rohe
The chromed flat bar steel frames are in excellent condition as so is the fabric.
Knoll marked lining underneath the seat.
Mid 20th Century
Size inches: 31.5H x 23W x 21D, Seat 18H
Size centimeters: 80H x 58,5W x 53D, Seat 46H
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"The Tugendhat House, often considered to be Mies van der Rohe’s defining residential work.
While there were 24 Tubular Brno Chairs in the Tugendhat House, there was only one Flat Bar Brno chair in master bedroom.
In 1958 Phillip Johnson requested that Knoll produce the flat bar Brno Chair. After making a few slight adjustments, including added cushioning — all with the approval of Mies — Knoll reintroduced the chair in 1958."
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Knoll "Brno" armchair in red/pink...