The Mies Sofa refers to the minimalist design of Mies van der Rohe's architecture.
Being considered one of the main names in 20th-century architecture, ALMA de LUCE plans to pay homage to the master of minimalism. Through the enveloping comfort of the cushions and armrests that distinguish the MIES style, this is a sofa system that offers maximum compositional versatility, between design minimalism and generous proportions.
Upholstered in Alma de Luce Cotton Velvet, Frieze, and Footer in Walnut veneer wood with matt finish.
Personalization and bespoke by price adequacy.
W: 480cm | 189’’
D: 130cm/160cm | 51.18’’/63’’
H: 68cm | 26.8’’
SH: 36cm | 14.2’’
AH: 51.7cm | 20.35’’
W: 230kg | 507.1lb
Born in 1886 in Aachen, Germany, Ludwig Mies, later known as Mies van der Rohe, was the son of a bricklayer. His legendary career began humbly by helping his father as a stonemason, which gave him the basics of material and structure. Mies, who never had a formal education in architecture, is how he gained an early appreciation for form, material, and structure.
Over time, with the careful development of his craft, Mies began to develop his own very distinct modernist style. In common with contemporaries Le Corbusier and W...