Product attributes: 

Product Dimension  (inch):Chair: L31.5*W32.3*H31.9
Ottoman: L25.2*W22.8*H15.7
Package Dimension (inch):
Chair & Ottoman:
Italian Leather:  L32.7*W31.9*H32.7
Aniline Leather:  L32.7*W31.9*H32.3

Italian Leather:  L32.7*W31.5*H31.5
Aniline Leather:  L33.1*W31.5*H30.3

Italian Leather:  L26.4*W25.2*H18.9
Aniline Leather: L26.4*W25.6*H19.3
Net Weight (lb.):
Gross Weight (lb.):
Chair & Ottoman:
Italian Leather: 94.4

Aniline Leather: 94.6


Italian Leather: 61.7
Aniline Leather: 66.2

Italian Leather: 36.4
Aniline Leather: 38.6

Loveseat (2 seater) Dimensions: 
Total height: 31.5 inches, Length 31.5 inches, Width 51.2 inches
Floor to seat height 16.5 inches.
Package Dimension (inch): L52.4*W33.1*H32.3
Gross Weight (lb.): 91.7

Sofa (3 seater): 
Total height: 31.5 inches, Length 31.5 inches, Width 70.9 inches
Floor to seat height 16.5 inches.
Package Dimension (inch): Italian Leather L71.3*W33.1*H32.3
                                                        Aniline Leather L72.0*W32.3*H32.7
Gross Weight (lb.): Italian Leather 114.2
 Leather 117.73

Ottoman(2 Seater):
Product Dimension (inch): L48.0*W22.8*H16.1,
Seat height: 16.1 inches(41CM)
Package Dimension (inch): L50.4*W26.0*H18.9
N.W.(lb.): 33.1
G.W. (lb.): 39.7 

Suitable Places:

Living Room, Sitting Room, Leisure Areas, Work Place, Hall, Coffee House, Hotel, Villa, Club


 Vacuum with Soft Brush Nozzle No Direct Sunlight
 Clean with Special Oil No Heat
 No Wet Towel No Sharp Objects

Product Story:

The Pavilion chair is a chair designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich. It was originally designed for the German Pavilion, that country's entry for the International Exposition of 1929, which was hosted by Spain. It was first used in Villa Tugendhat, a masterpiece of Mies van der Rohe in the City of Brno (Czech Republic).
The frame was initially designed to be bolted together, but was redesigned in 1950 using stainless steel, which allowed the frame to be formed by a seamless piece of metal, giving it a smoother appearance. Bovine leather replaced the ivory-colored pigskin which was used for the original pieces.
The functional design and elements of it that were patented by Mies in Germany, Spain and the United States in the 1930s have since expired. The Pavilion chair was manufactured in the US and Europe in limited production from the 1930s to the 1950s. In 1953, six years after Reich's death, Mies ceded his rights and his name on the design to product, knowing that his design patents were expired. This collaboration then renewed popularity in the design.
Designer claims to be the current licensed manufacturer and holder of all trademark rights to the design. In 1965, Designer purchased the trademark rights from Drexel. In 2004, designer received trade dress rights to the design from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Despite these trademarks, a large replica market continues. Gordon International New York has continued to manufacture the designs since the 1970s, even after a court battle against designer in 2005.[citation needed] In 2011, another court battle erupted between Designer and; the outcome is pending. In 2013, filed a counter-suit against designer in Central District of California, Western Division alleging fraud on the USPTO regarding furniture designs.
Although many architects and furniture designers of the Bauhaus era were intent on providing well-designed homes and impeccably manufactured furnishings for the "common man," the Pavilion chair was an exception. It was designed for the Spanish Royalty to oversee the opening ceremonies of the exhibition and described by Time magazine as inhabiting "his sumptuous German pavilion." The form is thought to be extrapolated from Roman folding chairs known as the Curule chair – upholstered stools used by Roman aristocracy. And despite the industrial appearance the Pavilion chair requires much hand craftsmanship.
Since 1953 Inc has manufactured the chair. They make the frame in two different steel configurations, chrome and stainless. The chair is almost completely hand-laboured, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's signature is stamped into each chair. Reproductions proliferate worldwide and are sold under different marketing names. In his 1981 book about modern architecture, From Bauhaus to Our House, Tom Wolfe mocked the Pavilion chair as "the Platonic ideal of chair", and wrote that, despite its high price, owning one had become a necessity for young architects: "When you saw the holy object on the sisal rug, you knew you were in a household where a fledgeling architect and his young wife had sacrificed everything to bring the symbol of the godly mission into their home."

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