Pair of Vintage Iconic Mies van der Rohe Brno Cantilever Armchairs

Mies van der Rohe (United States, 20th Century)

Pair of Vintage Iconic Mies van der Rohe Brno Cantilever Armchairs

List Price $3,495

These magnificent Brno armchairs (flat-bar metal) are substantial in quality & design. The earliest versions o the Brno were in polished stainless and due to the weight of these chairs, we believe they are just that - they are newly cleaned and have been recently reupholstered in a lovely platinum retro-crushed velvet (silver to dark grey hues). This is classic Mid-Century design and a must-have for every Mid-Century home. They are in incredible condition and will be the talk of your next cocktail party. These lovely chairs offer the following measurements: chair back 30" height; chair seat 17 " height; and, chair seat is 20" wide. The arms of the chair measure 25.5". Our research provides these are 1960-70.

WIDTH: 20 in | HEIGHT: 30 in

Origin United States
Category Armchairs
Period 20th Century
Style Mid-Century

Shipping Estimate: $450 | White glove

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CONDITION: Excellent vintage condition

THB REF: 9137428372


"As many may know, the Brno chair is an iconic and classic cantilever chair designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich in 1929-1930 for the bedroom of the Tugendhat House in Brno, Czech Republic. It has become an iconic symbol since that time of the simple elegance of the Mid-Century period."