Saturday, March 22, 2014

Closer Look: BRNO Chairs by Mies Van Der Rohe

The iconic BRNO chair, created by Mies van der Rohe in 1930, was originally created for his home in Brno, Czech Republic. It has become a staple item in homes and offices through the decades with an undeniable sophistication that is ageless.

We make our own frames for our BRNO chair replica out of high grade #304 stainless steel and then polished,  rather than mild steel with chrome plating which is used on the signature brand. The two side rails are bent with a radius that ensures ultimate stability. This frame, along with the high quality Italian leather upholstered seating and piping, exudes the German architect’s minimal style and meticulous attention to detail.  For more information about our comparing own BRNO chair reproduction with the our competition, please read our BRNO Chair Comparison Guide.

Come visit us in either our Chicago Showroom or our Seattle Showroom and have a seat!

-BRNO Chair replica by Mies van der Rohe
-Adjustable Side Table replica by Eileen Gray
-BRNO Chair replica with bolted leather arm pads by Mies van der Rohe


Modern Classics

Photo: The iconic BRNO chair, created by Mies van der Rohe in 1930, was originally created for his home in Brno, Czech Republic.  It has become a staple item in homes and offices through the decades with an undeniable sophistication that is ageless.

The frame of our BRNO chair replica is bent from a single piece of polished stainless steel, rather than mild steel with chrome plating which is commonly used in other reproductions.   This frame, along with the high quality Italian leather upholstered seating, exudes the German architect’s minimal style and meticulous attention to detail.

Come visit us in either our Chicago or Seattle showroom and have a seat!

http://www.modernclassics.com/mc-storelocations.html

-BRNO Chair replica by Mies van der Rohe
-Adjustable Side Table replica by Eileen Gray
-BRNO Chair replica with bolted leather arm pads by Mies van der Rohe

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