How to Incorporate the Barcelona Chair into Your Space
An important product of the modern movement, Ludwig van der Rohe’s Barcelona Chair is an iconic furniture piece epitomizing the “less is more” concept. Originally designed in 1929 for an event in Barcelona, it’s design was modified in 1950 to feature a stainless steel frame and an overall smoother appearance thanks to fine Italian leather.
After that, the chair became more popular than ever. Since then, Barcelona Chair reproductions have been massively manufactured in America and Europe. For inspiration, we’ve come up with a few examples of how Ludwig van der Rohe’s chair has been incorporated into different interior styles:
Ludwig van der Rohe’s chair is no stranger to modern interiors, as may be seen in this spectacular home. The minimalism defining this space is sophisticatedly complemented by the classic beauty of the chair and ottoman in a trendy light brown shade.
In Front of a Fireplace
One element making this versatile furniture piece a coveted one is its highly-balanced design. This lets it be comfy, simple and good looking at the same time! In the space featured above, for instance, you may see it used as a lounge chair in front of a fireplace.
Modern Building Materials
In this impressive, well-thought design which puts together modern building materials like concrete, brick and stone plus a pair of slick and stylish pure white Barcelona Chairs in the corner of this bedroom. Don’t you just love the contrast the leather chairs provide?
We hope this truly inspires you for an upcoming project. Ready to consider the iconic Barcelona Chair replica from Barcelona Designs to furnish your home? You won’t just be investing in a random furniture piece – you’ll be investing in timeless style that’ll elevate your home!