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    B is for Barcelona Chair, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for the German Pavilion at the Barcelona Exhibition of 1929. The chair pictured here is part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.

  • Nick Pocock

    Barcelona Chair by Mies Van Der Rohe, 1929. "Although many architects and furniture designers of the Bauhaus era were intent on providing well-designed homes and impeccably manufactured furnishings for the 'common man,' the Barcelona chair was an exception. It was designed for the Spanish Royalty to oversee the opening ceremonies of the exhibition and described by Time magazine as inhabiting 'his sumptuous German pavillion.'"

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    Define Design: Mid Century Modern in Austin (Part One) 6-11-13 : Barcelona Chair

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