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Collection by Zachary Edelson

Instances of Classic Bertoia Furniture in Modern Homes

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In 1950 Harry Bertoia designed his first collection for Knoll: its futuristic, lightweight, wire-frame design was a smash hit. Bertoia continued to design for Knoll, in addition to producing many public sculptures, and his furniture still graces kitchens, living rooms, and decks the world over.

A pair of interior architects with a years-in-the-making furniture collection recast an old Belgian factory as a...
The wool carpet is from Iberia.
The living room, dining area, and kitchen are connected, which helps light permeate the space.
The team carried the concept of contrast through the exterior, juxtaposing the home’s 125-year-old red brick façade...
A Single Octopus chandelier by Autoban hangs above a Four dining table by Ferruccio Laviani for Kartell and a set of...
In the open-plan main room upstairs, a midcentury modern table and chairs from a local antique shop mark the start of...
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