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    Tugendhat Formerly Dessau Table By Mies Van Der Rohe

    Mies van der Rohe’s philosophy in design was definitely applied to the Tugendhat Table. Using only two materials, glass and chrome metal, “less is more” it is. Sometimes called the Barcelona table, the clean and modern design is seen in Justice League. 234) Hicks’ Hexagon officially licensed luxury runner, designed by David Hicks, as seen…

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    Mies Van Der Rohe Leather Brno Chair

    The Brno chair needs no introduction. Mies van der Rohe’s version of the cantilever chair is evident in the design. This chair makes use of chrome flat steel for the frame, arms, and cantilevered legs. Yet another modern invention by the designer, with clean lines using steel and leather upholstery.

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    The Glass Room Novel

    One major part of the novel The Glass Room by Simon Mawer depicts the triumphs and struggles in the marriage of Viktor and Liesel Landauer during a challenging era. The film The Affair is an adaptation of the book showing more than the complexities of passion. The Glass Room, your next read.

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    The Tugendhat Chair

    Mies van der Rohe’s Tugendhat armchair displays the International Style he is known to have developed, modern, functional, and sophisticated. The Tugendhat chairs as seen in The Affair have a metal cantilevered base and are upholstered in leather with the leather bands like belt straps at the back. Dimensions: H81 x W79 x D71cm