The Barcelona chair is 29.5 (74.9 cm) wide, 30 (76.2 cm) deep, has a back height of 30.25 (76.8 cm) and a seat height of 17 (43.2 cm). As such, he was chosen to design the German Pavilion at the 1929 International Exhibition in Barcelona. A typical configuration could place a sofa opposite a fireplace or other focal point of a room and then a mid-century modern lounge chair on the left and a modern armchair on the right. After the sofa, the lounge chair is the second most important piece of modern furniture in most living rooms and together they form the core of living room design and function.
If space is less important, a larger piece with a larger floor area can be selected for both a comfortable lounge chair and the space it occupies and its relationship with a large room. As one of the most famous objects of the last century and an icon of modern movement, the Barcelona Chair exudes a simple elegance that embodies Mies van der Rohe’s most famous maxim: “Less is more. Lounge chairs are designed to comfortably suit a range of user preferences, styles, and features. They can be used for various human postures, from sitting and lying down to stretching and lying down. Although the Barcelona Pavilion only stood for seven months, it, like the accompanying Barcelona chairs, is considered a decisive achievement of modern architecture (although the king and queen reportedly never sat in it).
Determined to create a worthy royal chair, Mies should base the designs with their characteristic criss-cross frames on the campaign chairs of ancient Rome. A comfortable lounge chair should always be the main goal, but the dimensions of the lounge chair also play a role in determining how it fits into a room. Style Barcelona chair, originally designed by Mies Van Der Rohe in 1929, made of highly polished stainless steel, available in various high-quality leather surfaces, elegant as a unique piece, dominant and dominant as a pair. A wood-frame lounge chair in classic Danish style, for example, has a more compact shape and is good for tight spaces.
The Barcelona Chair is the epitome of the modern lounge chair and consists of upholstered leather cushions on a chrome steel frame. As an aspiring figure in the modernist movement, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was chosen to design the German Pavilion for the 1929 International Exhibition in Barcelona. The leather fibre upholstery gives this chair a modern, elegant look. Its neutral color palette complements or harmonizes with a wide range of interior design ideas and color schemes.