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Timeless classic design – furniture that has inspired us for decades
Furniture that is considered a classic of timeless designs are always eye-catching and find their place in modern interiors. The classic design can be easily modified, but fully retained their classic aesthetic. Check out these drawings, which for decades enchants us with its timeless beauty.
Classic, timeless design - Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen
The classic Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair was designed in 1958 for the interior design of the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Germany, but can be seen to this day in all the modern interior design.
Classic, timeless design - Lounge Chair by Charles and Ray Eames
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames, the Eames Lounge Chair is the culmination of this series of modern chairs of the last century. The president has been equipped with a plywood frame and upholstered in black leather made in 1956, but is now available in colors and materials of your choice.
La Chaise - Eames Lounge Chair
Designed in 1948 by Eames La Chaise chair for a competition at the Museum of Modern Art "Low-Cost Furniture" was created. He inspired all the fluid shapes of fiberglass.
The Chair Eero Aarnio Ball
Designed in 1963 by Eero Aarnio, this chair retro futuristic bullet still air. Originally the President was affected more by industrial-style interior, but today you can see in any home or office. Five years after Aarnio has also created hanging bubble chair.
Tulip Chair by Eero Saarinen
This stylish chair Tulip became famous in 1956 for her curvy shape. Eero Saarinen is steeped in history with its base has been the first four-legged friends. It is a true expression of modernity, and is now more popular than ever.
Womb Chair by Eero Saarinen
The Womb Chair is probably one of the most comfortable chairs by Eero Saarinen. It 'was designed in 1948 for the Florence Knoll and especially for them.
Little Tulip Chair by Pierre Paulin - 1965
S Chair by Verner Panton - 1967
Isamu Noguchi Coffee Table - 1944
Teddy Bear Chair by Hans Wegner - 1951
Barcelona chair by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe - 1929
Pelican chair by Finn Juhl - 1940