Barcelona Ottoman

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  • - Iconic arch design, Castiglioni style
  • - Sculptured Italian Carrara Marble base.
  • - Electric cord with floor dimmer button
  • - Soft white Reflective hood interior

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  • - Original Isamu Noguchi Design
  • - Elegant Tempered Glass Top
  • - Hand-carved Wooden Base
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About The Product

The Barcelona Ottoman Replica Inspired by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s design for the German Pavilion at the 1929 Barcelona Exposition, our Barcelona Ottoman reproduction features the pure compositional structure that now epitomizes Modern architecture. From the hand-buffed stainless steel to the individual leather squares carefully welted together, each Barcelona Ottoman pairs perfectly with our line of Barcelona Chairs. As with the rest of van der Rohe's Barcelona Collection, our reproduction of the Barcelona Ottoman is the epiphany of elegance and timeless design.

Barcelona Designs Stellar Mies Van der Rohe Reproduction

Mies van der Rowe was a 20th-century German-American architect who had begun his career in architecture at the meager age of 15. His work reached national prominence after World War I, during which he helped lead the modernist movement in art and architecture. He had built buildings and museums as well as furniture. Van der Rohe’s furniture is known as industrial and he sought to accentuate the lightness within delicate structures. Urban design was Van der Rohe’s most outstanding traits in his artwork and you can see this from the Barcelona chair replica. Mies van der Rohe is recognized internationally for his architecture and his furniture alike and his career took a high note during the Barcelona Exhibition, where van der Rohe premiered his Barcelona chair. The rest is history. The Barcelona Ottoman is a replica that pairs excellently with van der Rohe’s Barcelona Chair. However, if you don’t own the chair, the ottoman is a stunning edition to any indoor space on which to relax or to place items. Own your own Mies van der Rohe Ottoman today!

The details

  • Height 14.75”
  • Width 25”
  • Depth 23.35”
  • Our Barcelona Ottoman is made using 100% Full Grain Italian Leather.
  • The frame is constructed of superior grade steel for stronger support and resistance to chipping, corrosion, and rust; polished to a mirror like sheen
  • Cushion surface features individually cut and sewn leather panels for optimum detailing and quality; full tufting of all appropriate seams
  • Heavy grade leather saddle straps color-match the upholstery; both sides of leather straps are finished for extra strength
  • The Cushion is made using High-Density Foam
  • Braided thread used with Lockstitch ensures piping stays in place and seams are long lasting
  • Under seat vent allows air to flow in and out of the seat cushion with weight; this retains the density, shape, and comfort of the cushion over time


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About the Designer

Mies van der Rohe

The modern city, with its towers of glass and steel, can be at least in part attributed to the influence of architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Equally significant, if smaller in scale, is Mies’ daring design of furniture, pieces that exhibit an unerring sense of proportion, as well as minimalist forms and exquisitely refined details. In fact, his chairs have been called architecture in miniature – exercises in structure and materials that achieve an extraordinary visual harmony as autonomous pieces and in relation to the interiors for which they were designed.

Mies van der Rohe began his career in architecture in Berlin, working as an architect first in the studio of Bruno Paul and then, like Le Corbusier and Walter Gropius, for Peter Behrens. In 1927, a housing project called Weissenhof Siedlung in Stuttgart, Germany would bring these names together again. Widely believed to be one of the most notable projects in the history of modern architecture, it includes buildings by Gropius, Corbu, Behrens, Mies and others.