Barcelona chair

a wide, armless chair designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for the International Exposition in Barcelona, Spain, in 1929, having leather-covered cushions on a double X -shaped frame of gently curved bars of stainless steel, the longer bars of each X forming the front legs and back, the shorter bars forming the seat and rear legs.


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