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Some referr to this design as the "Seagrams" sofa due to its use by Mies van der Rohe in the Seagrams building. However, Chicago interior architect Don Powell who saw the original prototype in Berlin with Mies, and then later the drawings, said the form is called the "Georgia". Regardless of its name, the form is pure Mies: perfectly proportioned, restrained in it's shape, beautifully detailed and crafted with luxury materials.  The body is upholstered in leather and is supported by legs clad in rosewood.


30.5"h X 90"w X 32"d    seat:

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe "Georgia" Sofa

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