Architectural Series (1960) – a wood-wrapped lounge chair characterized by a a lot more straightforward, architectural type.
American design and style brand M2L has signed an exclusive agreement with the Harvey Probber Foundation to reissue a quantity of Probber’s present day, classy and revolutionary furnishings styles that captured people’s hearts for the second half of the 20th century. The first launch will consist of pieces from his well-known Architectural Series as effectively as the modular Nuclear Coffee Table, sculptural Mayan Sofa, Sling Chair and Deep Tuft sectional sofa.
Deep Tuft Sofa (1972) – a sumptuous sectional sofa with plump, tufted cubes accessible in 3 simple units.
Harvey Probber was a prolific and largely self-taught designer, maker, and artist that launched Americans to sectional, modular seating in the 1940’s. During a career that spanned effectively in excess of 4 decades, Probber made substantive contributions to the development of new varieties and technologies in the furniture sector. He offered his initial style to the Superior Upholstery Business when he was just 16 and seven years later established his personal firm, Harvey Probber, Inc. Prior to his 30th birthday, his sling chair and nuclear seating had been featured in a “Good Design” exhibition at the MoMA.
Architectural Series (1960) – wood-wrapped credenza
Probber was admired for his sleek types, finely crafted specifics and luxurious finishes. Even though mostly recognized as a designer of sophisticated, residential furniture, his organization ultimately created the transition to office furnishings, applying the concept of modularity to the booming contract market. Considering that selling his company in 1986, Probber’s styles have turn into extremely prized collector’s objects on auction internet sites and vintage outlets close to the globe. By means of M2L, Probber’s iconic furnishings patterns will after once again turn out to be available to the North American marketplace.
Sling Chair (1947) – an elegant sling-back chair with a bent wood frame that was picked for MoMA’s Very good Style exhibition in 1948.
“Harvey Probber is an American icon who has earned his location in the history of modern day style in North America. He is generally credited with introducing the concept of creating furniture into modules and can as a result be noticed as the father of modularity.” says Michael Manes, Founder and President of M2L. “As Harvey would say, ‘the accurate test of wonderful layout is time’ and I wholeheartedly agree. For over twenty years, M2L’s goal has been to current the A&D community with fresh, timeless and real style. The introduction of Harvey Probber by M2L BRAND furthers this mission.”
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