American design icons
The United States fascinates! You either love them or hate them, but they do not leave you indifferent, and they influence the whole world in many fields of activity. And the creation of designer furniture is no exception to the rule. In the 20th century, several major American publishing houses contributed to the success of American design and revolutionised design furniture in depth, notably Knoll, Herman Miller and Vitra. The work of several renowned American designers, including the famous Eames couple, Florence Knoll, Georges Nelson and Harry Bertoïa, must also be mentioned.
These great editors and designers continue to fascinate us to such an extent that their creations have become standards in interior design, true “classics of modern design”. Eames chairs,Eero Saarinen‘s “Tulip” tables,Harry Bertoïa‘s “Diamond” armchair, so many iconic pieces that you can adopt without fear in your interior, and without risk of taste mistakes! Find our selection of “made in USA” furniture that will easily find its place in your home.
1 -Pair ofKnoll “Barcelona” armchairs, Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe – 1970 | 2 – Large Diamond Armchair in chrome Knoll edition, Harry Bertoia – 1950 3 – Authentic vintage rug by Rya, Denmark – 1970 | 4 – Authentic Mozart silk-screen print, Jean-Pierre Yvaral – 1980
1 – Lounge chair and ottoman 1st edition by Charles & Ray Eames – 1950 | 2 – LCW Chair in vintage walnut by Charles & Ray Eames for Herman Miller – 2000 | 3 – Vintage minimalist sideboard by Uniflex – 1960 | 4 – Lithograph in blue colours by Jack Kampmann – 1970
1 – Coffee table by Isamu Noguchi for Herman Miller – 1950 | 2 – Pair of Knoll “Barcelona” armchairs, Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe – 1970 | 3 – Rectangular mirror by Josef Frank – 1950 | 4 – Cup and bowl “Rubus” by Gunnar Nylund for Rörstrand – 1960