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AN81

1920 CA. | ANONIMO

This armchair, and the related two and three seater couches, known as "Tuxedo", owe their name to Tuxedo Park, an elegant and exclusive holiday resort near Tuxedo Lake, New York, which represented a reference point for the elegance of that time.

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AN82

1920 CA. | ANONIMO

This armchair, and the related two and three seater couches, known as "Tuxedo", owe their name to Tuxedo Park, an elegant and exclusive holiday resort near Tuxedo Lake, New York, which represented a reference point for the elegance of that time.

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AN83

1920 CA. | ANONIMO

This armchair, and the related two and three seater couches, known as "Tuxedo", owe their name to Tuxedo Park, an elegant and exclusive holiday resort near Tuxedo Lake, New York, which represented a reference point for the elegance of that time.

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Arabesk

1955 | FOLKE JANSSON

The elegant chair Arabesk designed by Folke Jansson and produced by Matrix International looks almost like a sculpture. It develops in a shaped way on three feet to then meet again in a wrapping embrace. The textile covering makes it comfortable, to fit in any domestic or waiting premises. The chair was chosen as the iconic products for the 30th anniversary of the company, with a limited edition signed by the author.

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BR19

1928 | MARCEL BREUER

The table BR19 designed in 1928 by Marcel Breuer and produced by Matrix International is still in fashion. The legs are made of chromed steel tube and the table top comes in wood or glass-finished and coated on the undersurface. This release is the only one currently in production .

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BR49

1928 | MARCEL BREUER

A stylish trolley designed by Marcel Breuer in 1928 and produced by Matrix International. An original specimen is exhibited at the Neue Galerie, Museum for German and Austrian art from the early 20th century located at Fifth Avenue and 86th Street on Manhattan's Upper East Side.

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BR56

1930 CA. | MARCEL BREUER

The stool BR56 by Matrix International is part of the first catalogs Thonet of the '20s with the code B114 and this code suggests that the stool has been developed following the instructions provided by Marcel Breuer, able to combine the rigor geometry with the elegant combination of materials.

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CH62

1923-27 | PIERRE CHAREAU

A modern version of the 19th century "canapé à confident", it invites the two sitting persons to talk looking at each other. With its structure covered in velvet, and stuffing in leather or tapestries, it became one of the most characterizing furniture of the “Maison de Verre” interiors. The armchair was used for the small blue room.

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CH69

1932 | PIERRE CHAREAU

This small table was used in the waiting-room of Dr. Dulsace’s consulting room in his home-cum-surgery known as “Maison de Verre”.

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CH71

1923-27 | PIERRE CHAREAU

A modern version of the 19th century "canapé à confident", it invites the two sitting persons to talk looking at each other. With its structure covered in velvet, and stuffing in leather or tapestries, it became one of the most characterizing furniture of the “Maison de Verre” interiors. The armchair was used for the small blue room.

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CH79

1932 | PIERRE CHAREAU

This small table was used in the waiting-room of Dr. Dulsace’s consulting room in his home-cum-surgery known as “Maison de Verre”.

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FP09 / 1-2

1930 CA. | PAUL THEODORE FRANKL

The twins tables , in different heights , produced by Matrix International were designed in the 20s by Paul Theodore Frankl. The characteristic continuous structure of the legs is made of a cold-drawn square steel tubes.

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FP19

1930 CA. | PAUL THEODORE FRANKL

An original console designed in the 20s by Paul Theodore Frankl and produced by Matrix International , which embodies the poetic quality of " modern decorative arts " : plain, essential lines connected by square metal tubes which intersect small, clear-cut flat surfaces.

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FR01

1935 | JEAN MICHEL FRANK

This armchair is the derivation of a model designed by Frank for Madame Cerf’s apartment. Although armchairs with arched back were widespread in the 1930s, Frank’s version stands out for the arch laid in the centre of the armrest and not embracing the whole rear of the chair, and for the shape of the armrests, neither inclined nor tapered. The sofa is a two-seat derivation of the armchair.

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FR02

1932 | JEAN MICHEL FRANK

This armchair is the derivation of a model designed by Frank for Madame Cerf’s apartment. Although armchairs with arched back were widespread in the 1930s, Frank’s version stands out for the arch laid in the centre of the armrest and not embracing the whole rear of the chair, and for the shape of the armrests, neither inclined nor tapered. The sofa is a two-seat derivation of the armchair.

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FR52

1932 | JEAN MICHEL FRANK

This couch is portrayed in the living-room of Georges Born’s apartment in Buenos Aires, one of Frank’s most important interior decoration designs.

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FR91

1930 CA. | JEAN MICHEL FRANK

This couch is a re-interpretation of the model that Frank used in the interior decoration of Jean Pierre Guerlain’s home. Although a stylization of that model, Frank’s characterization is strong and recognizable also in the geometry of the pyramidal feet. Two and three seaters sofas are the derivation of the armchair.

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FR93

1930 CA. | JEAN MICHEL FRANK

This couch is a re-interpretation of the model that Frank used in the interior decoration of Jean Pierre Guerlain’s home. Although a stylization of that model, Frank’s characterization is strong and recognizable also in the geometry of the pyramidal feet. Two and three seaters sofas are the derivation of the armchair.

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HW30

1930 C.A. | WOLFGANG HOFFMANN

A modern "pettineuse" as so its geometrical and plain lines and materials. Steel and MDF. Designed by Wolfgang Hoffman in 1930 and produced by Matrix International, it preserves its timeless stylishness. Designed for the bedroom was structurally suitable to be integrated in a wooden boiserie.

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KD04

1948 | DONALD R. KNORR

The chair KD04, designed by Donald Knorr and produced by Matrix International, won the first prize ex aequo in the competition held by MoMA in 1948, for the design of low-cost furniture. Thanks to the harmony of its form and the pureness of its style, this chair has continued to exercise its influence on modern and contemporary design.

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KI09

1935 | FREDERICK KIESLER

A coffee table split into two different parts , simply juxtaposed , to create more compositions , thanks to its shaped tops . Designed by Frederick Kiesler in 1935, its gives a domestic touch also to the brushed aluminum. The table was part of the furniture designed for the apartment of the textile designer Alma Mergentine in New York.

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LE81

1929-30 | JULES LELEU

Although considered by some critics as second to the famous Ruhlmann, Leleu developed an elegant style that distinguished him among his contemporaries. The armchair was one of the most original works by Jules Leleu, who used it on the set of "Le parfum de la dame en noir" in 1931 and in the "Trouville" apartment on the liner “Normandie" in 1935. The sofas are the two and three seater derivation of the armchair.

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LE82

1929-30 | JULES LELEU

Although considered by some critics as second to the famous Ruhlmann, Leleu developed an elegant style that distinguished him among his contemporaries. The armchair was one of the most original works by Jules Leleu, who used it on the set of "Le parfum de la dame en noir" in 1931 and in the "Trouville" apartment on the liner “Normandie" in 1935. The sofas are the two and three seater derivation of the armchair.

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LE83

1929-30 | JULES LELEU

Although considered by some critics as second to the famous Ruhlmann, Leleu developed an elegant style that distinguished him among his contemporaries. The armchair was one of the most original works by Jules Leleu, who used it on the set of "Le parfum de la dame en noir" in 1931 and in the "Trouville" apartment on the liner “Normandie" in 1935. The sofas are the two and three seater derivation of the armchair.

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LR30

1927 | LILLY REICH

In 1927, Lilly Reich designed a tall, thin mirror, with its reflecting surface supported by one single chromed steel tubular structure which bends to act as a floor support. It appears for the first time in a photo of the prototype apartment set up by Lilly Reich and Mies van der Rohe at the Weisenhoff Stuttgart 1927.

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MI76 / 1-2

1959 | LUDWIG MIES VAN DER ROHE

The stool MI76 produced by Matrix International, a unique design by Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe, was designed for the bar counter of the Four Seasons restaurant (1959), refined Seagram Building’s restaurant, from which it inherits the formal impetus given by the cantilevered seat , supported by a structure of continuously drawn steel.

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MZ59

1928 | TAKEHIKO MIZUTANI

Member of the Bauhaus in 1927 Takehiko Mizutani was one of the few Japanese students to have attended school . The table has never been part of any production , even if the project in the form of pictures of models and drawings was presented in various monographic productions related to the Bauhaus furniture.

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SA21

1950 CA. | EERO SAARINEN

In 2002 Kevin Roche donated the Eero Saarinen and Associates office archives to the Yale University Library. By inspecting the original drawings, letters and other rare materials Matrix International has discovered some new projects of Furniture Design and has deepened the study to boost their development. The result is a modular seating system designed for the lobby of the General Motors Technical Center in Detroit.

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SA22

1950 CA. | EERO SAARINEN

In 2002 Kevin Roche donated the Eero Saarinen and Associates office archives to the Yale University Library. By inspecting the original drawings, letters and other rare materials Matrix International has discovered some new projects of Furniture Design and has deepened the study to boost their development. The result is a modular seating system designed for the lobby of the General Motors Technical Center in Detroit.

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SA23

1950 CA. | EERO SAARINEN

In 2002 Kevin Roche donated the Eero Saarinen and Associates office archives to the Yale University Library. By inspecting the original drawings, letters and other rare materials Matrix International has discovered some new projects of Furniture Design and has deepened the study to boost their development. The result is a modular seating system designed for the lobby of the General Motors Technical Center in Detroit.

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SA29 / 1-2

1950 C.A. | EERO SAARINEN

In 2002 Kevin Roche donated the Eero Saarinen and Associates office archives to the Yale University Library. By inspecting the original drawings, letters and other rare materials Matrix International has discovered some new projects of Furniture Design and has deepened the study to boost their development. The result is a modular seating system designed for the lobby of the General Motors Technical Center in Detroit.

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SA31

1959 | EERO SAARINEN

The SA31 armchair designed by Eero Saarinen for the Chicago University and produced by Matrix International is characterized by a rhythmic back that make it suitable for both the domestic and large waiting premises. Even this unpublished author's project was developed thanks to the original drawings, letters and other rare materials donated by the Eero Saarinen and Associates office archives to the Yale University Library.

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SA32

1959 | EERO SAARINEN

The SA32 sofa designed by Eero Saarinen for the Chicago University and produced by Matrix International is characterized by a rhythmic back that make it suitable for both the domestic and large waiting premises. Even this unpublished author's project was developed thanks to the original drawings, letters and other rare materials donated by the Eero Saarinen and Associates office archives to the Yale University Library.

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SA34

1959 | EERO SAARINEN

The SA34 sofa designed by Eero Saarinen for the Chicago University and produced by Matrix International is characterized by a rhythmic back that make it suitable for both the domestic and large waiting premises. Even this unpublished author's project was developed thanks to the original drawings, letters and other rare materials donated by the Eero Saarinen and Associates office archives to the Yale University Library.

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SA36

1958 | EERO SAARINEN

With the poufs SA36 designed for the Vassar College’s entrance-hall, Eero Saarinen shows how the plain lines of a piece of furniture contribute to a successful interior. These complements suggest versatile features for conversation and waiting needs. Even this unpublished author's project was developed thanks to the original drawings, letters and other rare materials donated by the Eero Saarinen and Associates office archives to the Yale University Library..

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SA46

1958 | EERO SAARINEN

With the poufs SA46 designed for the Vassar College’s entrance-hall, Eero Saarinen shows how the plain lines of a piece of furniture contribute to a successful interior. These complements suggest versatile features for conversation and waiting needs. Even this unpublished author's project was developed thanks to the original drawings, letters and other rare materials donated by the Eero Saarinen and Associates office archives to the Yale University Library

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SA59/1

1958 | EERO SAARINEN

The tables designed for Vassar College add a new interpretation to the “dialectical relationship” between table top and base developed by Eero Saarinen in his former designs . The fine curved lines of the base are enhanced by the transparency of the glass table top. Since 2006, Matrix International produces exclusively the tables , both in coffee lower version than high dining one.

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SA59/6

1958 | EERO SAARINEN

The tables designed for Vassar College added a new interpretation to the dialectical relationship between top and base developed by Eero Saarinen in previous projects . The elegant lines of the base curves are enhanced by the transparency of the glass top . Since 2006, Matrix International produces exclusively the tables , both in coffee lower version than high dining .

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SA90

1960 | EERO SAARINEN

The ashtray, in enameled aluminum and stainless steel completes the collection dedicated to Eero Saarinen and produced by Matrix International. Is preserves its autonomous features to suit domestic and public outdoor.

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