Barcelona Chairs

Stylish Comfortable Barcelona Chairs  in Europe by Decomica

The Barcelona Chair, an icon of the modern movement, exudes a simple elegance, epitomizing Mies’s theory that less is more. Discover our premium reproduction of the Barcelona Chair. Made of Italian aniline leather to deliver the best comfort.

Looking for a stylish, comfortable chair to take your European home décor up a notch? Check out Decomica’s Barcelona chairs! These unique chairs are inspired by the designs of famed architect and designer Mies van der Rohe, and they’re perfect for adding a touch of elegance to any space.

Decomica’s Barcelona chairs are handmade from the finest materials, and they’re built to last. The frames are made from sturdy stainless steel, and the upholstery is available in a variety of high-quality fabrics. You can choose from classic black or white, or opt for a more colorful option to really make a statement.

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What style is the Barcelona chair?

Designer Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich
Date 1929
Materials Chrome on steel frame. Leather cushions filled with foam
Style / tradition Modernist
Height 75 cm (30 in)

Is the Barcelona chair comfortable?

For reason two you’ll find the comfort is compromised.
Low-cost foam is very stiff and affords little give. The difference in comfort between a low-end Barcelona chair and ours is staggering. Your bum sinks into our soft cushions giving a very comfortable experience.

Why is the Barcelona chair iconic?

The Barcelona Chair and accompanying stool were considered a modern throne. The basic scissor shape of the frame is thought to be inspired by the design of curule chairs, a folding seat with curved legs and no back that originated in ancient Rome and was intended for high-ranking government officials.
Why can the Barcelona chair with ottoman be regarded as a classic design?
Its initial design was developed from the folding chairs of the Egyptian Pharaohs and was aimed at an educated and critical audience. It was designed to seat the King and Queen of Spain, if they attended the German Pavilion, during the fair. … Since its first appearance, it has been regarded as a design classic and icon.