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Barrel Chair by Frank Lloyd Wright

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Barrel Chair by Frank Lloyd Wright

The "Barrel Chair" by Frank Lloyd Wright was designed in 1937 for Herbert Johnson's house, Wingspread. Made of natural cherrywood with an upholstered leather seat, the chair was a reworking of a design Wright created in 1904.(<http://www.littledetailscount.com/>)

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Product Version: Revit Architecture 2010

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Beer Mug by Little Details Count

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Beer Mug by Little Details Count

This Beer Mug family is a fun way of showing off Revit’s family capability. It contains parameters including: visibility (glass empty or filled with beer), glass material, type of beer (dark or pale) and length (level of beer).

You can find a companion tutorial to this Beer Mug at http://clubrevit.com/?p=216 

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Product Version: Revit Architecture 2010

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MR Chaise Lounge by Ludwig Mies van de Rohe

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MR Chaise Lounge by Ludwig Mies van de Rohe

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's use of tubular steel was an influence from Marcel Breuer. This was apparent in his design of the MR Chaise Lounge. Inspired by the possibilities of this material, Mies incorporated chrome tubular steel in furniture design, mixing it with traditional fabrics like leather. He often employed cantilevers and delicate structural frames to create a feeling of lightness. During his time, he collaborated with interior designer Lilly Reich, who was also his companion.


Quote from Mies: "Architecture is a language, when you are very good, you can be a poet".


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xT7pPwlxGZ8

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Product Version: Revit Structure 2011

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MR Chaise Lounge by Ludwig Mies van de Rohe

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MR Chaise Lounge by Ludwig Mies van de Rohe

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's use of tubular steel was an influence from Marcel Breuer. This was apparent in his design of the MR Chaise Lounge. Inspired by the possibilities of this material, Mies incorporated chrome tubular steel in furniture design, mixing it with traditional fabrics like leather. He often employed cantilevers and delicate structural frames to create a feeling of lightness. During his time, he collaborated with interior designer Lilly Reich, who was also his companion.


Quote from Mies: "Architecture is a language, when you are very good, you can be a poet".


http://www.littledetailscount.com/

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Product Version: Revit Architecture 2011

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Pool Balls and Racks by LittleDetailsCount.com

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Pool Balls and Racks by LittleDetailsCount.com

This is part of a pool table and accessories family that can be found at: http://littledetailscount.com. The complete family contains: pool table, cue sticks, bridge stick with bridge head, balls (white & 15 numbered balls), racks (for 9-ball or 15-ball games) and blue chalks; ceiling based family of tiffany lamp; wall based families of the wall cue rack and wall cone chalk holder.

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Product Version: Revit Architecture 2011

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Mart Stam Chair by Mart Stam

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Mart Stam Chair by Mart Stam

The Mart Stam Chair was introduced in 1926 by the famous Dutch architect and furniture designer Mark Stam. The chair features leather wrapped over tubular steel bars, with leather wrapped armrests placed securely on each side of the seat. As a design, it remarkably lies between Mies van der Rohe's Brno chair and Breuer's early chair designs, such as the Strapped chair and the Wassily chair. Overall, its simplicity understates its role as arguably one of the most important chair designs of the early 20th century. Stam's design for a cantilever chair helped revolutionize design. This modern furniture focuses great attention on creativity and taste of innovation, out of the ordinary, and with highest care for details both of design and of functionality. http://www.littledetailscount.com

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Product Version: Revit Architecture 2010

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Le Corbusier (LC2) by Le Corbusier

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Le Corbusier (LC2) by Le Corbusier

The Le Corbusier (LC2) is an armchair with a polished chrome tubular frame. Le Corbusier was born Charles Edouard Jeanneret, and is widely considered the most important Modernist chair designer in France. As a spirited advocate of Modernism, he created a range of chairs that express his ideals with great sophistication.”

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Product Version: Revit Architecture 2011

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Hill House Chair by Rennie Mackintosh

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Hill House Chair by Rennie Mackintosh

The Scottish architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh regarded the space in and around furniture to be as important as the wood and upholstery.

Originall painted white, Mackintosh's high narrow Hill House Chair was meant to be decorative - not to be actually sat on.

The Hiil House Chair was designed in 1902-1903 for the publisher W. W. Blackie. The original still resides in the bedroom of the Hill House in Helensburgh.

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Product Version: Revit Architecture 2010

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