Marcel Breuer Some of Marcel Breuer’s earlier experiments found a home in his 1938 commission from Bryn Mawr College—just as students found a home in the newly built Rhoads Hall, outfitted with desks, chairs, dressers, mirrors, and bookshelves of his design. The L-shaped chair, for example, continued Breuer’s experiments with cutout plywood.
PLAYFUL FAMILY HOME IN BELGIUM A pair of interior architects with a years-in-the-making furniture collection recast an old Belgian factory as a playful family home. Interior architect and resident Renaud de Poorter works in his second-floor office at a pair of Joyn tables by the Bouroullec brothers and an Ypsilon office chair by Mario Bellini for Vitra. Photo by Frederik Vercruysse.