1960s Bertrand Goldberg Bleached Oak Daybed with Kravet Velvet Cushion
1960s bleached oak daybed by Chicago architect Bertrand Goldberg with new cushion in Kravet performance velvet.
Cushion height: 7"
Bertrand Goldberg (1913-1997) studied at the Bauhaus in Berlin and worked for Mies van der Rohe before returning to Chicago and worked on prefabricated housing. Socially progressive, Bertrand continued to apply his design philosophy to affordable housing projects, hospitals, college campuses and residential buildings. Bertrand Goldberg Associates also grew, employing over 100 people by the end of the 1970s. His legacy remains visible in the Chicago Skyline, and Bertrand Goldberg’s designs continue to be among the most recognizable and defining buildings of the city.
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20.5 x 75 x 33.5
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