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Glass House Living Area

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Barcelona chair, 1929
Leather cushions on leather slats, chrome-plated steel frame
H 29-1/2” x W 30” x D 20”
• Manufactured by Knoll International

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Barcelona ottoman, 1929
Leather cushion on leather slats, chrome-plated steel frame
H 14-1/2” x W 24” x D 24”
• Manufactured by Knoll International

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Barcelona couch, 1930
Leather cushion on leather slats, chrome-plated steel frame
H 22” (with bolster) x W 75” x W 35-1/2”
• Designed in 1930 for Philip Johnson’s New York apartment
• Production prototype for Knoll International

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Barcelona coffee table, 1930
Glass plate, chrome-plated steel frame
H 17-1/4” x W 39-1/2” x D 39-1/2”
• Designed in 1930 for Tugendhat Residence, Brno, Czechoslovakia
• Manufactured by Knoll International

Malachite Cigarette Box
H 2-1/2” x W 5” x D 3”

Jenfred-Ware
Cast aluminum ashtray
Diameter 9-3/8”

Philip Johnson and Richard Kelly
Floor lamp, 1954
Brass and painted aluminum; ivory-white enameled shade
H 41” x Diameter 25”
• Originally designed with three legs; Redesigned and manufactured by Edison Price, Inc. with four legs

Philip Johnson
Fireplace Shield, 1951
Tempered Glass

V’Soske Carpets, Inc.
Wool broadloom carpet
L 10’ x W 14’

Copper bucket
19th century
Copper, wrought-iron bail handle
H 14” x 19” Diameter
• Used to hold kindling

Ash shovel with double volute terminal
19th century
Wrought-iron
H 41”

Copper laundry boiler
British, 19th century
Riveted sheet metal construction
H 22” x 32-1/4” Diameter
• Used as planter

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