It is named after the summer house E 1027, “Maison en bord de mer”, that Eileen Gray built for herself and for her collaborator, Jean Badovici. Likewise, the secret code-name comes from her: E is for Eileen, 10 for Jean (J is the 10th letter of the alphabet), 2 for [...]Read more ›
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Thanks to ModelBaron (check out his renewed website) for sharing this 3D model of the Chair One by Konstantin Grcic. This model is great piece for our legendary furniture collection here at FlyingArchitecture! Download: free Rhino NURBS model. free general OBJ model.Read more ›
Thanks to Ivan Málek for creating this free 3D model of the famous furniture – Louis 20 by Vitra. This model is available as usually in Rhinoceros 3D format, or general obj format for 3ds max or any other 3D modeling software, such as Maya, Cinema 4D, Modo, Sketchup, etc. [...]Read more ›
In the late 1940s, Charles Eames noted all the “fantastic things being made of wire.” That fascination led Charles & Ray Eames to develop a mass-production technique for simultaneously welding wire rods. Thanks to Jeanloïc Nédélec for sending this model. Visit Jeanloïc’s blog to see his work. Download: free Rhino NURBS model. free [...]Read more ›
Thanks to Pierre Dubertrand for creating this free 3D model of the famous furniture – Amoebe armchair by Vitra. This model is available as usually in Rhinoceros 3D format, or general obj format for 3ds max or any other 3D modeling software, such as Maya, Cinema 4D, Modo, Sketchup, etc. [...]Read more ›
Created by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for his 1929 German Pavilion at the International Exhibition in Barcelona, the Barcelona Collection’s pure composition came to epitomize Modern architecture. From the hand-buffed frame to the individual leather squares carefully welted together, each Barcelona piece is a tribute to the traditional craftsmanship [...]Read more ›
The targeted restriction in the use of materials, elegance in the lines and transparency in the effect are the characteristic properties of the S 533. It owes its special comfort to constant elastic flexing. This effect results from the fact that Mies van der Rohe conceived the front part of [...]Read more ›