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Tobias chairs Totally tubular chairs

Tobias chairs Back in the Twenties, Charlotte Perriand used to be in Paris, running like a mad furniture scientist with the recent fabrics & generation of the gadget age throughout her. Rather than a bunch of floofy Beaux Arts ornate carved chair bases & helps, she started to play with lightweight steel tubes, first begging Peugeot to lend her their bicycle body manufacturing talents (they refused), but then finding perfect companions in Le Corbusier & Thonet. Because then, the look has stretched from Bauhaus to our space, falling in and out of style, but proving general endurance. Here's a gander at just at some of the tubular types that glance so sublime as of late.

Back in the 1920s, Charlotte Perriand was in Paris, operating like a mad furnishings scientist with the latest materials & technology of the system age throughout her. Rather than a bunch of floofy Beaux Arts ornate carved chair bases & supports, she began to play with light-weight steel tubes, first begging Peugeot to lend her their bicycle frame production skills (they refused), but then finding absolute best companions in Le Corbusier and Thonet. Because then, the look has stretched from Bauhaus to our house , falling in & out of style, but proving total staying power. Here's a gander at just at some of the tubular types that look so sublime lately.

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