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 .