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    modern furniture
  • Modern furniture refers to furniture produced from the late 19th century through the present that is influenced by modernism. It was a tremendous departure from all furniture design that had gone before it.

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Modern Americana: Studio Furniture From High Craft to High Glam

Modern Americana: Studio Furniture From High Craft to High Glam

In the current world of twentieth-century design collecting, the trend has shifted away from accessible, mass-manufactured modernist furniture and toward designs that were custom-made or produced in very limited editions, with emphasis on American studio design of the 1940s to the 1990s. In contrast to the mass-produced mid-century furniture by Knoll and Herman Miller, American studio designs of the same period focused on novel forms and exquisite craftsmanship. Ranging from the organic shapes of George Nakashima and Vladimir Kagan to metalworks by Paul Evans, these limited production designs were highly sought after in their days by original tastemakers and movie stars. In the last decade, a revival for these rare designs began with connoisseurs such as Tom Ford. Modern Americana is the first full survey of the designs of this prolific but forgotten period, bringing to life again the works of Samuel Marx, Billy Haines, Wendell Castle, T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings, Karl Springer, James Mont, and many others -- including J.B. Blunk, Michael Coffey, Wharton Esherick, Arthur Espenet Carpenter, Sam Maloof, Jack Rogers Hopkins, Paul Evans & Philip Lloyd Powell, Vladimir Kagan, George Nakashima, Silas Seandel, Charles Hollis Jones, Philip & Kevin LaVerne, Tommi Parzinger, Harvey Probber, Edward Wormley, John Dickinson, Arthur Elrod, and Paul Laszlo.

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Vintage Danish Modern Lounge Chair Pair Mid Century Eames Era Teak

Vintage Danish Modern Lounge Chair Pair Mid Century Eames Era Teak

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.Vintage lounge chair pair
.Mid Century
.Danish Modern
.Excellent quality, solid teak frames
.These are not marked, but they are high end pieces
.Measure, 30" tall, 23" wide and 22" deep, seat height is 17 1/2"
.These are in excellent condition, the frames are rock solid, there is some surface wear and dings, there is a nick on the bottom of one leg. The cushions are new and covered in a black textured fabric
.This is a fabulous pair, not to be missed!!


Modern interior with fireplace

Modern interior with fireplace

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Option1: Total size: 24''x36''x0.7'' (inches)
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modern furniture free shipping

modern furniture free shipping

Modern Furniture Classics: Postwar to Postmodern

Containing some of the most spectacular color photographs of furniture ever published, this stunning book presents a complete visual history of furniture design since the end of the Second World War.
It begins in 1945 with such achievements as the highly sculptural plywood chairs of Charles and Ray Eames, who were among the first to use organic shapes derived from the natural world. Revolutionary 1950s designs, including Harry Bertoia's wire Diamond chairs—"studies in space, form and metal"—and Eero Saarinen's futuristic Pedestal Group, were followed in the late 1950s by the rise of consumerism—and the eccentricities of kitsch—which in turn gave way in the 1960s to the explosion of Pop.

The following decades were equally rich, with the development of Counter Design by Ettore Sottsass, the factory lights and scaffolding supports of High-Tech, the Craft Revival, Art Furniture, Ergonomic styling, and much else, with each trend continuing to show intriguing national and regional differences.

Concluding with the best of current design, this fascinating survey has been since its first publication the standard work on the furniture of the entire period. Every piece included is able to stand for all time as a classic work of design. Illustrated with over 140 color reproductions, all accompanied by detailed descriptions, the whole is completed by a comprehensive reference section, providing detailed designer biographies, a bibliography, a list of retail outlets and museums, and advice on collecting. 347 illustrations, 144 in full color

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