The Mies van der Rohe Day Bed design was used for the first time in 1930 in Philip Johnson's apartment in New York, and later shown to the public in 1931 at the Berlin Building Exhibition as part of the furniture for a "bachelor's apartment."
Mies van der Rohe's Day Bed was initially designated as the "Couch 258", though in recent years it has gone by different names. The style is simple and stylish. It uses that same manufacturing technique as the Pavilion Chair as each leather or fabric square is cut and sewn back together providing a unique tuft. The underside is supported by use of hide leather and steel bracing components.
The Day Bed continues to be a popular piece for both residential and commercial settings. Its comfort and style are unmatched.
Made in Italy.
In-stock in standard black and standard white leather. Colored leathers or other grades will be made to order.
Dimensions: 38 1/4 " w | 77 1/4" d | 24 1/2" h | 15 1/4" sh
Upholstered daybed with supporting hide belts, a walnut-stained hardwood frame and tubular steel legs. Cushion and headrest stuffed with polyurethane foam and synthetic fiber.
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