We have selected our partners with great care, ensuring they share our philosophy. Carpenters, tailors… implement a secular knowledge to offer beautiful furniture and outstanding quality. The great classic of Design at the Bauhaus period, but also more modern models and original. Artdecodesignshop attempts to spread the taste for the decoration of the house and a Art of Living.
About the Artdeco logo: The logo Artdeco is characterized by four identical rectangular geometric shapes.
It’s possible to interpret it in many ways, for a single concept: 4 symbols for a plan, a map. The furniture, the designer, Artdecodesignshop and you: All these elements of equal importance with diferent positions, creating a rectangle separated by two perpendicular medians as opposed to the hypotenuse of each rectangle. The first rectangle, the furniture is the object. The designer who is the second rectangle is the creator of the object. The public is the recipient of this object. Artdecodesignshop is in broadcaster of this object. The “quad-rectangle” Artdeco logo is the whole industrial and commercial process of furniture.
The Le Corbusier (LC2) is an armchair with a polished chrome tubular frame. Le Corbusier was born Charles Edouard Jeanneret, and is widely considered the most important Modernist chair designer in France. As a spirited advocate of Modernism, he created a range of chairs that express his ideals with great sophistication.
Materials: upholstered armchair with polished chrome tubular frame. Cushions stuffed with polyurethane foam and polyester layer. Leather upholstery.
The Josef Hoffmann Kubus Armchair was presented at the International Exhibition held in Buenos Aires in 1910 on the centennial of Argentinean Independence known as “la Revolucion de Mayo”.
This series of armchairs and sofas clearly shows Hoffmann’s passion for geometrical forms.
Foam upholstery on hardwood frame. Seat and back rest made of individual leather squares. Leather cover.
The Le Corbusier Chaise Lounge LC4 was designed in 1928 for the furnishing of a villa in the ville d’Avray, and utilizes exposed structural elements with padded leather cushion and headrest.
This is a typical Jacobsen design, the materials are pushed to the max and Jacobsen use new materials to produce this brilliant new design: The Egg chair.
Arne Jacobsen Egg chair feature a steel frame, fiberglass molded, fire retardent polyurethane foam, fabric upholstery. The original colour is the red.
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