Barcelona Couch

Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona chair is as iconic a piece of furniture as exists — but as with most single-seat creations, it can get kind of lonely. Make room for some added company with the Barcelona Couch. Designed in 1930 a year after the chair — and the pavilion for which it was created — debuted, this rectangular couch is basically flat, with a top made from 74 individually-cut, hand-welted, and hand-tufted panels from a single cowhide, a Sapele Mahogany platform, polished stainless steel legs, and a single cylindrical cushion at one end. Elegant, simple, and unlike most couches, built to last a lifetime.

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    While there's certainly nothing wrong with the classic Adirondack chair — they look great, and are perfect for wasting away a summer afternoon — the style is a bit commonplace. The Medici Outdoor Chair ($1,200) takes a new look at the familiar design, coming up with something original and exciting. The chair is somewhat reclined, and slung low, much like its inspiration, but has a more modern, pared-down aesthetic. Its ash wood is heat-treated and hand-oiled, so it's sure to look great for years, no matter what the elements throw at it.

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