Kubus Sofa(TS 04L)

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  • Item:Kubus-Sofa(TS-04L)
  • Designer:Josef Hoffmann
  • Struct:
    • KD Structure
  • Size:Single :92* 78 * 72 ;Two seaters :153 *78 *72 ;Three seaters :213 *78 *72
  • Material(Optional):Leather/Fabric/cashmere
  • Apply TO:Hotel Chair
  • Country of origin:ShenZhen China
  • Custom-made:Custom-made is also for buding companies,design companies,bars,hotles,hospitals
  • Guarantee: 2~5 year
  • Freight: Sea transportation
  • Lead time: 15~30 days
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  • Kubus chair

    The Hoffman Kubus Chair is a superbly crafted classic contemporary furniture designer reproduction manufactured to the highest quality production standards, and available at this incredibly reduced price. Hoffmann's Kubus collection are well known for it's design and his usage of the square.

  • -The frame of this modern classic chair Josef Hoffmann Kubus Chair is made of wood;
    -The upholstery of This chair is Italian leather, which is healthy and environmental-friendly, no allergy to skin, no pollution to environment;
    -The cushions are high elastic foam, offering a comfortable seating feeling and no losing shape for years;
    -Two seats, three seats are available
    -Black, white, red, brown and beige colors available

  • Design concept

    Hoffmann studied at the Higher State Crafts School in Brno beginning in 1887 and then worked with the local military planning authority in Würzburg. Thereafter he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna with Karl Freiherr von Hasenauer and Otto Wagner, graduating with a Prix de Rome in 1895. In Wagner's office, he met Joseph Maria Olbrich, and together they founded the Vienna Secession in 1897 along with artists Gustav Klimt, and Koloman Moser. Beginning in 1899, he taught at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. With the Secession, Hoffmann developed strong connections with other artists. He designed installation spaces for Secession exhibitions and a house for Moser which was built from 1901-1903. However, he soon left the Secession in 1905 along with other stylist artists due to conflicts with realist naturalists over differences in artistic vision and disagreement over the premise of Gesamtkunstwerk. With the banker Fritz W?rndorfer and the artist Koloman Moser he established the Wiener Werkst?tte, which was to last until 1932. He designed many products for the Wiener Werkst?tte of which designer chairs, a lamp, and sets of glasses have reached the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, and a tea service has reached the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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