Barcelona Ottoman Inspired by MIES VAN DER ROHE

£199.00

BARCELONA OTTOMAN INSPIRED BY MIES VAN DER ROHE

A simple ottoman and an almost-perfect design.

The Barcelona style was created by Bauhaus director Mies Van der Rohe for the International Exposition of 1929, held in the eponymous city. As the King and Queen of Spain toured the German Pavilion, this ottoman and its matching chair were provided as somewhere to pause and talk for a while. Van Der Rohe later fled Germany to escape the Nazis – and this ottoman and his other designs became widely-recognised classics. Timeless and sophisticated, the quilted leather and perfectly proportioned stainless steel frames of the Barcelona range became a byword for contemporary elegance.

Pash’s reproduction Ball is made to the highest standards and, with multiple shell and interior colour combinations available, will harmonise with the décor of any room.

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Black, Brown, Chocolate Brown, Cream, Dark Brown, Ivory, Red, Sand, Tan Brown, White