Horst Brüning for Kill International Lounge Chair in Cognac leather
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Horst Brüning for Kill International, lounge chair model ‘6912’, leather, chrome, fabric, Germany, 1967.
This well-designed armchair shows a solid construction of delicate lines and round edges. Most remarkable is the minimalist chrome frame that holds the seat in a graceful manner. At the back the two thin slats come together and develop into legs, which specialize the design and highlight the admirable craftsmanship. The striped cushions add a wonderful rhythm to the overall design. Nothing touches, nothing clashes, which gives this piece of furniture a completely peaceful yet strong expression. A piece like this will stand the test of time.
Horst Brüning is a designer whose keys ideas are minimalism, functionality, durability and the spirit of the time. On the other hand, however, Brüning 's furniture is timeless. Brüning studied Architecture and Interior Design at the College of Graphic Arts in Hamburg until 1956. In 1963 he set up an architecture and design office in Stuttgart. During this period, Brüning encountered Kill International, Kill International is an established and famous manufacturer, who have also produced many designs by Preben Fabricius and Jörgen Kastholm. Brüning has also worked together with this architect duo.
Please note that the leather shows visible wear, such as scratches and holes. For further details, we encourage you to reach out to our team of design specialists.
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