Retro Europe have Launched their ‘Own- Label’ Le Bauhaus Furniture Collection.
Reinvented, Affordable and a Great Design.
The Le Bauhaus Furniture Collection from Retro Europe is it a Modernist Design, or is it a Minimalism Design, or could it be an Industrial Vintage Design?
With All New Furniture Designs…..we all see different styles.
The Le Bauhaus from Retro Europe is exclusively for sale from retroeurope.com and is their latest Own- Label designer furniture range.
Retro Europe are Europe’s leading Online Modern Furniture Store and are designers and manufactures of traditionally handcrafted furniture.
Le Corbusier was one of the greatest designers of modern designer furniture, and produced many iconic modernist designer pieces, and Le Bauhaus is clearly influenced by the design style of Le Corbusier.
Some find the concept of mixing designer styles exciting.
The buyers of the Le Bauhaus Armchairs, Sofas, and Corner Sofas have been quick to report their absolute delight with the Le Bauhaus.
Postings on Social Media sites and customer satisfaction sites consistently agree that this a product that combines functionality, quality, and outstanding design with an affordable price tag.
»Retro Europe have clearly ‘reinvented the wheel’ with their very clever design. » is being repeated by followers on Social Media sites.
In my mind, the design is a blend of modernist and industrial vintage.
Le Bauhaus by Retro Europe is traditionally handcrafted with a solid hardwood frame, covered in high-quality multi-density cushioning, covered with a choice of genuine leather or soft Danish Cotton.
The body is then enclosed in a steel framework with wrap under legs giving this model an Industrial Vintage feel.
Or, it could be a Classic Designer Minimal Style from the Florence Knoll School of Design?
Clean, cool, and a cube styling lends the Le Bauhaus to be included in the iconic early to mid-century minimalism period of design where total function meets total minimalism.
Whilst the steel frame gives it the industrial style of Le Corbusier, the minimalism is an influence from Florence Knoll.