As iconic modern furniture goes, there is little to touch the cult status of the stunningly elegant Pavilion chair. Designed by van der Rohe for the King and Queen to sit on at the Spanish Pavillion in Barcelona in 1929, it was an instant success and continues to be widely admired and exceptionally popular right up to the present day. The design incorporates a sweeping highly polished solid stainless steel frame with leather strapping suspending the full Italian leather cushions.
Dimensions: Chair: H: 83cm x D: 80cm x W: 77cm, Ottoman: H: 37cm x D: 54cm x W: 59cm
Available in Black, Brown or White Italian Leather
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