The D62 armchair by El Lissitzky is an iconic piece of modern design. El Lissitzky, born Lazar Markovich Lissitzky, was a Russian artist, architect, and designer, a key figure in the Constructivist movement. Active in the 1920s and 1930s, Lissitzky was a bold innovator.
His Pressa D62 model armchair embodies this vision, with its geometric aesthetics. It was designed for the Soviet Pavilion at the Pressa exhibition in Cologne in 1928.
The comfortable semi-circular structure features a curved back in mirror-treated aluminum, and the seat is adorned with padded cushions covered in navy fabric and red, dark blue and grey leather.
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