Brutalist sofa



Onze verontschuldigingen, dit bericht is alleen beschikbaar in Amerikaans Engels en Frans. Voor het gemak van de kijker, is de inhoud hieronder weergegeven in de standaard taal van deze site. Je kunt op een van de koppelingen klikken om de taal van de site naar een andere beschikbare taal te veranderen.

An exceptional “Brutalist “sofa designed in 1980 in the US.
Solid wood frame ,the upholstery is authentic, synthetic sheep.
Perfect condition without any damages.

HEIGHT: 26.38 in. (67 cm)
WIDTH: 35.43 in. (90 cm)
DEPTH: 7 ft. 2.6 in. (220 cm)
SEAT HEIGHT: 16.93 in. (43 cm)

This very particular  style was born after the Second World War. The term “brutalism” knew a great vogue among architects, no one knew precisely what it ever  covered. It was in England that appeared in the early 1950s as the “new brutalism”. A number of young architects used these elements  qualifing violence and made their flag. Thereafter, rather than a school or a movement, the word continued to designate a generation of “angry young men” and a controversial climate, obscuring  fairly different sometimes contradictory sensitivities.

Paul Evans, Milo Baughman, Le Corbusier, Adrian Pearsall among others .

Extra informatie