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Our carefully curated 15,000 SQFT Showroom is packed full of the coolest vintage Furniture, Art, Lamps and Decor! Like Chicago weather the showroom changes drastically from day to day with New Product Constantly Coming In!
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→ Milo Baughman
Milo Baughman was a renowned American furniture designer who played a significant role in shaping the Mid-Century Modern movement. Born in 1923, Baughman’s designs were known for their clean lines, bold shapes, and luxurious materials. His innovative approach and collaborations with esteemed manufacturers like Thayer Coggin and Glenn of California solidified his lasting impact on the world of furniture design.
George Nelson →
George Nelson was a pioneering American industrial designer and architect who played a crucial role in shaping Mid-Century Modern design. Born in 1908, Nelson’s innovative creations were defined by their functional simplicity and aesthetic appeal, transcending the boundaries between art and practicality. As the design director for Herman Miller, he collaborated with iconic designers like Charles and Ray Eames, fostering a design legacy that continues to influence contemporary designers and captivate design enthusiasts worldwide.
Charles and Ray Eames
Charles and Ray Eames were an extraordinary American design duo who left an indelible mark on the world of Mid-Century Modern design. Active from the 1940s through the 1970s, their innovative and timeless designs spanned furniture, architecture, and graphic design. Best known for their groundbreaking molded plywood and fiberglass chairs, the Eameses believed in the marriage of form and function, creating pieces that were both visually striking and practical. Their pioneering work and visionary approach have secured their legacy as two of the most influential designers in history.
→ Adrian Pearsall
Adrian Pearsall was a prominent American furniture designer who significantly influenced the Mid-Century Modern movement. Born in 1925, Pearsall’s designs were characterized by their sculptural forms, clean lines, and bold, innovative use of materials. As the founder of Craft Associates, Pearsall introduced a range of distinctive furniture pieces, including the iconic gondola sofa and various elegant lounge chairs. His unique designs and commitment to quality craftsmanship have earned him lasting acclaim in the world of furniture design.
Paul McCobb was an influential American furniture designer, recognized for his significant contributions to the Mid-Century Modern style. Born in 1917, McCobb’s designs were characterized by simplicity, clean lines, and functional forms, embodying the essence of post-war American minimalism. As the creative force behind the Planner Group and Directional Furniture, McCobb’s timeless designs continue to inspire admiration and appreciation among design enthusiasts and collectors alike.
Edward Wormley →
Edward Wormley was a celebrated American furniture designer, instrumental in defining the Mid-Century Modern aesthetic. Born in 1907, Wormley’s designs blended traditional and modern elements, showcasing refined elegance and attention to detail. His successful collaboration with the manufacturer Dunbar Furniture led to the creation of some of the most iconic pieces of the era, earning him a prominent place in the history of American furniture design.
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