Our Products: Top Sellers

Top Sellers

Here are the top sellers in our iconic furniture reproductions. From the 1920s to the 1960s, all these furniture designs set the standard for all future furniture designers.
Mies van der Rohe Barcelona Style Chairs
The Barcelona Chair was designed in 1929 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Riech, his companion and working partner. This iconic chair, known at the time as the MR90, was created specifically for the Pavilion of German representation at the 1929 Universal Exhibition in Barcelona, Spain.
Mies van der Rohe Barcelona Style Benches
The Barcelona Bench was designed in the late 1920's by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Riech, his companion and working partner. This iconic Bench was created for a one of the many projects they were working on at the time, although it is unclear when exactly this was created.
Mies van der Rohe Barcelona Style Sofas
Our Exhibition Sofas were inspired by the Barcelona Chair which was designed in 1929 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Riech, his companion and working partner.
Mies van der Rohe Barcelona Style Tables
Exhibition Tables inspired by the designs of Mies van der Rohe.
Corbusier Style Club Chairs
One of the most influential of 20th century architects, Chareli-Edouard Jeanneret, who chose to be know as "Le Corbusier”, was also responsible for some of the Modern Movements best-known furniture. Our reproductions of the Le Corbusier chairs include thr
Corbusier Style Loveseats
One of the most influential of 20th century architects, Chareli-Edouard Jeanneret, who chose to be know as “Le Corbusier”, was also responsible for some of the Modern Movements best-known furniture. Our reproductions of the Le Corbusier chairs include three models: the LC2, LC3, and the LC3-Relaxed.
Corbusier Style Sofas
One of the most influential of 20th century architects, Chareli-Edouard Jeanneret, who chose to be know as “Le Corbusier”, was also responsible for some of the Modern Movements best-known furniture.
Corbusier Style Tables
One of the most influential of 20th century architects, Chareli-Edouard Jeanneret, who chose to be know as "Le Corbusier", was also responsible for some of the Modern Movements best-known furniture.
Saarinen Style Womb Chair
The Saarinen Womb Chair was designed and introduced in 1950 by Saarinen as the first chair of his iconic Model 70 Series of chairs.
Jacobsen Style Seating
In 1956, Arne Jacobsen, Scandinavian architect and designer, began work on perhaps his best-known projects, the SAS Royal Hotel and Air Terminal in Copenhagen. In this project, Jacobsen designed every detail: textiles, cutlery, light fixtures and furniture. It was for this project, that Jacobsen designed his well known Swan Chair and Egg Chair.
Florence Knoll Style Chairs and Sofas
This chair was inspired by the Lounge Collection created by US designer Florence Knoll (1917-present) to have a spare, angular profile that reflects the objective perfectionism of modern design. Our Florence Knoll chairs and sofa reproductions are offered in Italian leather or fabric. Each piece is handmade using modern furniture construction techniques for superb seat comfort and durability.
Florence Knoll Style Benches
These benches were inspired by the Lounge Collection created by US designer Florence Knoll (1917-present) to have a spare, angular profile that reflects the objective perfectionism of modern design. Our Florence Knoll inspired bench reproduction is available in two sizes: 36" and 60" and in either 100% aniline-dyed Italian leather in 15 color choices or a selection of over 40 fabric colors.
Florence Knoll Style Ottomans
This ottoman was inspired by the Lounge Collection created by US designer Florence Knoll (1917-present) to have a spare, angular profile that reflects the objective perfectionism of modern design. Our Florence Knoll chairs and sofa reproductions are offered in Italian leather or fabric. Each piece is handmade using modern furniture construction techniques for superb seat comfort and durability.
Florence Knoll Style Tables
These tables were inspired by the Lounge Collection created by US designer Florence Knoll (1917-present) to have a spare, angular profile that reflects the objective perfectionism of modern design.
Nelson Style Benches
The benches inspired by George Nelson
 
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