Case Study Furniture

Case Study Furniture-67
In keeping with Modernica's reprisal of Mid Century modern designs, the outdoor collection features a suite of Case Study® designs, clean and elegant modern furniture made popular in the 1940s and 1950s.Two Case Study® Daybeds lead the collection, each comprised of solid African teak hardwood and fade-resistant Sunbrella fabrics.

Karimoku Case Study intends to extend its range by inviting architects from across the globe to produce a collection of furnishings based on a particular setting.Read more Georgetown University was ready to revamp their staff housing program and ensure that furniture remained in good condition year after year.Creative thinking and collaboration with CORT sparked a new furniture rental program for live-in staff.We invite you to explore some of our past projects to discover a sampling of what’s possible.At VS, we understand that each educational environment - just like every individual student - is unique.Modernica designed and built this bed to provide a lifetime of outstanding durability, while maintaining a modern, elegant look for your home. A leading manufacturer of office furniture and equipment needed to meet a customer’s sustainability requirements while furnishing one of the country’s largest construction sites.A wide selection of Sunbrella fabrics ensure that both daybeds segue seamlessly into any modern outdoor scheme.The Case Study® #22 series, outdoor furniture designed in 1946 by Hendrik Van Keppel and Taylor Green, has been reprised by Modernica to the exact original design specifications.The brand takes its name from the Case Study Houses, an experimental programme organised by American magazine Arts & Architecture between 19 that invited major architects of the time to create inexpensive residences for the housing boom that followed world war two.Karimoku was originally founded in 1940 by Shohei Kato, who made timber parts out of a small shop in the city of Karina, Japan, before launching a wooden furniture line in the 1960s.


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