Six Brno chairs from Knoll
A rare set of six Ludwig Mies van der Rohe classic Brno chairs from Knoll, in original tan leather.
Designed when / by: The Brno tubular chair slim seat version is the original 1929 design created by legendary architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for the Tugendhat House (1930) in Brno, Czechoslovakia.
Inspiration: Clean lines designed specifically to compliment the ground breaking architecture and chromed columns of the Tugendhat House.
Fabrication: mirror chrome plated 11 guage steel tubular frame and knoll ‘volo’ leather upholstery in tan. *mirror chroming involves multiple nickel and silicone coatings for rust prevention and durability, and these frames still look new and will do so for years to come.
Design Consigned Stylist: Complete your dining space with the ultimate in vintage chairs. The tan leather is on point for today’s contemporary interiors and goes perfectly with timber tables and floors. The frames are nice and weighty and the leather will continue to age beautifully to a rich patina.
Design Consigned Collector: Authentic originals by Knoll, entrusted with the exclusive rights to produce original Mies van der Rohe designs. A globally recognised, collectible design.
Stamp or Mark of authenticity: Knoll studio embossed frame.
Purchase Verification: Original knoll studio catalogue w serial number provided.
DC Insider: The current owner inherited these herself but is now ready to move them on. We noted one has a slight mark ( as shown ) but otherwise all are 100% perfect.
- Dimensions: H79cm. W55cm D63cm SH44.5cm
- Condition: 3/5
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