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These pieces are known for their simple forms and clean lines. Although contemporary office furniture is sometimes associated with futurism, the style itself can be traced all the way back to the 19th and mid-20th centuries. It has been influenced by many noted architects and designers, including Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Florence Knoll, and Isamu Noguchi.More About Contemporary and Modern Design
An example of contemporary design, the Curva Table from idesk.
The transitional furniture style incorporates modern lines and materials, but examples ultimately rely upon traditional designs as their aesthetic foundation. Because they’re based on classic designs, they still fit well in a traditional office, but add a sense of modernity.
A transitional St. Clair desk, made by Jasper Desk.
This timeless style includes all the classics. Traditional pieces are known for their ornate designs and fine materials, often having been inspired by antique furniture of bygone eras. They make a statement of lasting elegance.
A traditional Keswick desk from DMI.
This style describes contemporary furniture that was designed and produced during the mid-20th century. It incorporated many lessons of the Bauhaus movement, which itself had been influenced by German modernism. Examples include the Pollack and Tulip chairs, as well as the designs of Charles and Ray Eames, Harry Bertoia, and Florence Knoll.Explore Our Mid-Century Furniture Collection
The Knoll Pollack Chair, an example of mid-century modern design.