Krefeld armchairs by Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe, KnollStudio, 1927 / 2003
Less famous than the Barcelona, the Krefeld chair is an great example of Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe’s modernist maxim “less is more”. The Krefeld collection was designed in 1927 to accompany the architecture of the two Esters and Lange houses in Krefeld, Germany, which were completed in 1930.
The Krefeld chair collection was made of leather for both houses, but was never produced until Knoll started the production in 2003.
The pair of armchairs available here is recent and in very good condition, it is upholstered with a high quality cognac leather. The Bauhaus chair is very comfortable. Moreover, its sober lines blend in with all types of interiors, from the most classic to the most contemporary.