Storage furniture designed by Carlo de Carli, Samuel Abraham Marx, Guillerme et Chambron, and more. Here is a look at the modern, mid-century, and vintage furniture pieces availab ...
A leading Italian designer, Carlo de Carli was known for mixing his architectural style with furniture design. Influenced by nature, his trademark style had a lasting influence on the 20th-century design scene. Many of de Carli’s chairs, tables, and other pieces explored the relationship between design and the human form.
Samuel Abraham Marx was one of the most influential interior decorators. His designs were based on Modernist concepts. Marx often drew inspiration from the International Style of architecture, which embraced structure and functionalism. Modern and mid-century furniture pieces designed by Marx remain popular today.
Designers Robert Guillerme and Jacques Chambron shared a fondness for interior design. In 1948, Guillerme and Chambron collaborated to combine functionality and aesthetics in furniture. The artist duo is remembered for their sculptural oak pieces.
André Arbus was a 20th-century French designer recognized for reviving Neo-Classicism in furniture design. Symmetrical forms and clean lines define his style. Arbus’ work is also notable for its detailed flourishes and lavish materials. As Arbus began gaining popularity in the 1930s, his clientele came to include Princess Elizabeth of England and the French Ministry of Agriculture.
Visit the Showrooms at 2220 website to find the right modern, mid-century, or vintage storage piece for you.