Horst Brüning, Pair of armchairs in leather, 1960’s
Horst Brüning for Kill International, attributed to.
Pair of lounge low armchairs lined with toffee-colored leather. The low and cubic seat entrenches in a chromed metallic structure composed of three reversed u-shaped which endings form the four feet. A frontal stud connects all parts and supports the seat. Back feet are recessed, on the back. The seat is composed of two cushions and overflow armrests.
Work realized in the 1960’s.
Dimensions : H 69 x W 80 x D 73 cm
Reference : LS44331101
Horst Brüning (1934-) is a German architect and designer. Before After studying architecture and interior design at the Fine Arts University of Hamburg, he created an architectural and design firm in Stuttgart in 1963. During this period, he met Alfred Kill, owner of Kill International, and the architects duo Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm, who would later collaborate with Kill International. Horst Brüning published, among other pieces, the coffee table T111, the sofa 6910, in Kill International. Currently, his designs are produced by Lange Productions.
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