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George Nelson was an important representative of modern art, whose work united the fields of interior design, industrial design and the design of exhibitions. In the 20s of the last century he studied architecture at Yale University and a great reputation was created during the following decades as an author in magazines such as 'Architectural Forum', 'Interiors' and 'Fortune'. He was one of the people who has most influenced the theory of American design from his position as author, organizer and designer.
Description: The iconic Nelson Bench was designed in 1946 by Georges Nelson. It is a timeless modernist piece distinguished by the purity of its simple lines. This piece combines aesthetics and functionality. Can be placed in a living room, a professional space, a library, etc. Materials:Constructed with natural ash woodBlack lacquered base...In Stock