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Marcel Breuer K40 Sofa Table

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Product ID:641430
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Geometry:Polygonal Quads/Tris
Polygons:13,080
Vertices:6,610
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, overlapping
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modeled in 3ds max 2009, available in 3ds max, 3ds max Vray, c4d, fbx, maya,3ds and obj format
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Marcel Breuer K40 Sofa Table

designed by Marcel Breuer

This K40 table was designed between 1927 and 1928. It utilizes the same shapes and forms commonly seen throughout other Breuer tables. The Breuer K40 Sofa table is one of Breuer's most elegant table designs. Breuer was a pioneer, and quickly became a master, at using tubular steel. The K40 table is a fine example of Breuer's ability to bend tubular steel into a useful object for the home.   

Breuer is famous for a number of furniture designs, though perhaps no chair design is more famous than his Wassily Chair. Designed in 1925, the Wassily chair was the first bent-tubular steel-framed chair. The Wassily chair is very simple in form; yet quite comfortable and exemplary in its use of the Bauhaus design philosophy.

In the 1930's, Breuer fled from Germany to England, and eventually came to the United States where he taught with Walter Gropius at Harvard's School of Architecture.

In 1941 Marcel Breuer founded his own architectural studio in New York. There he developed a number of residential designs. By the 1950's he was designing large commercial buildings. One of his more prominent designs during this period of his career was the UNESCO headquarters in Paris.

Materials Frame nickel plated.

Dimensions:
Height: 60 cm Diameter: 80 cm

top: tempered glass, 10 mm
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