• Boomerang desk by Maurice Calk, '60s #icondesign #design #furniture #plastic #interiordesign #organicdesign
  • Detail of the Tomato chair by Eero Aarnio, #design #furnituredesign #plastic #organicdesign #interiordesignideas #interiordesign
  • Sunset in New York, sofa design by Gaetano Pesce, 1980
  • Little Globe armchair, contemporary versione of the Globe armchair, designed by Pierre Paulin, manufactured by Artifort in the '60s. #interiordesign #interiordesignideas #vintage #livingroom #livingroomideas #design
  • Orange slice armchair, designed by Pierre Paulin, manufactured by Artifort in the '60s. #interiordesign #interiordesignideas #vintage #livingroom #livingroomideas #design
  • Tongue lounge chair, designed by Pierre Paulin, manufactured by Artifort in the '70s. #interiordesign #interiordesignideas #vintage #livingroom #livingroomideas #design
  • Tulip armchair, designed by Pierre Paulin, manufactured by Artifort in the '60s. #interiordesign #interiordesignideas #vintage #livingroom #livingroomideas #design
  • Ribbon armchair, designed by Pierre Paulin, manufactured by Artifort in the '70s. #interiordesign #interiordesignideas #vintage #livingroom #livingroomideas #design
  • Oyster armchair, designed by Pierre Paulin, manufactured by Artifort in the '70s. #interiordesign #interiordesignideas #vintage #livingroom #livingroomideas #design
  • Globe armchair, designed by Pierre Paulin, manufactured by Artifort in the '60s. #interiordesign #interiordesignideas #vintage #livingroom #livingroomideas #design
  • Mushroom armchair, designed by Pierre Paulin, manufactured by Artifort in the '70s. #interiordesign #interiordesignideas #vintage #livingroom #livingroomideas #design
  • Little Globe armchair, designed by Pierre Paulin, manufactured by Artifort in the '60s. #interiordesign #interiordesignideas #vintage #livingroom #livingroomideas #design
  • Globe armchair, designed by Pierre Paulin, manufactured by Artifort in the '60s. #interiordesign #interiordesignideas #vintage #livingroom #livingroomideas #design
  • Big Mushroom armchair, designed by Pierre Paulin, manufactured by Artifort in the '60s. #interiordesign #interiordesignideas #vintage #livingroom #livingroomideas #design
  • Josef Hoffmann  (1870 - 1956)  Kubu, 1910
  • the Red and Blue chair, Gerrit Thomas Rietveld, 1917
  • Prototype for Red/Blue Chair  Gerrit Rietveld (Dutch, 1888-1964)    1917-18. Unpainted wood, 40 3/4 x 25 5/8 x 31 1/4
  • Dressoir by Gerrit Thomas Rietveld, 1919.
  • The Chair 209 was designed in 1904, and is still in production, This elegant bentwood classic is a masterpiece in its construction and production: the projecting frame that forms both the backrest and armrest is bent into its form from a single piece of solid beech wood. Like the original model of all bentwood chairs, no. 214, chair no. 209 also consists of only six parts. Due to its aesthetic reduction in combination with the organic form, it almost looks like a sculpture. Swiss architect Le Co
  • Joseph Hoffmann (Austria), No. 371, (Seven Ball Chair), 1905-1906
  • Joseph Hoffmann, (Austria), No. 670 (Sitzmaschine), 1905 c.
  • Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Hillhouse chair, 1902-1904 (Scotland).
  • Antoni Gaudì (Spain), Calvet chair, 1902, today at BD Barcelona Design (Spain).
  • Batllò chair, by Antoni Gaudì (Spain), 1906, today at BD Barcelona Design (Spain).
  • The Barcelona table is the perfect complement to the Barcelona Chair. The Barcelona collection, designed by Mies Van Der Rohe for the Barcelona Pavilion in 1929, includes the iconic chair and daybed, the table and the stool. The chrome and glass table design exudes modern style and simple sophistication. All of the collection is manufactured by Knoll.
  • The Barcelona chair, designed by Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe in 1929 and still manufactured by Knoll International.
  • Bookshelf Nuage, by Charlotte Perriand (France). First design in 1928, then edited by Galerie Steph Simon (Paris), today at Cassina (Italy).
  • Chair D51, designed by walter Gropius for Fagus Werke, Afeld, Germany, 1922/23 (Bauhaus, Weimar), manufactured by Tecta.
  • Chair F51, designed by Walter Gropius in 1920, today manufactured by Tecta.
  • Cesca chair, by Marcel Breuer, 1928.
  • Wassily chair, by Marcle Breuer for Wassily Kandinsky house, 1925.
  • LC1 Villa Church, Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand, 1928, today at Cassina