Principle of an architecture by LÖFFLER
Principle of an architecture
"The art of the joints in furniture creates an appreciation of the inconspicuous, the unobtrusive and the thoughtful again. They are the artistic design language of modernism. Their fragility is a kind of period style. The pure, the inconspicuous and the reflective become an astute perception." (Werner Blaser) The dovetailed frames, which are made of European matt-painted, solid oak, are joined to an ensemble consisting of a chair and a stool covered with black butt leather, a matching table with black-stained oak veneer plywood measuring either 160 x 80 cm or 80 x 80 cm, a lounge combination with identical lounge tables measuring 120 x 45 cm or 45 x 45 cm, and an armchair with padded seat covers on black butt leather bands.
Designer: Werner Blaser
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