Across its 1000 sq meters of space, Original in Berlin presents an exclusive selection of furniture, design pieces, lamps and objects from the mid-century Modern Era. Design aficionados will find Scandinavian, French, Italian and American classics – from Paul McCobb, Charles & Ray Eames, George Nelson, and Finn Juhl to Charlotte Perriand, Gio Ponti and Marco Zanuso.
Customers and couriers can pull their vehicles right up to the front door, making it easy & convenient for loading and unloading merchandise. The in-house upholstery and carpentry workshop guarantees to leave no wish unfulfilled, no matter how unusual.
The Berlin showroom isn't only comprised of selected classics, but includes a comprehensive accessory collection by Austrian designer Carl Auböck. Gawking is expressly permitted.
Berlin is too far away, you say? No problem – Original in Berlin delivers. And we mean worldwide.
The American Studio Craft Movement was considered a counter- movement of industrial mass production after the Second World War in the USA.
In their own workshops, rather than in factories, designers designed and produced handcrafted furniture and ceramics. The individual creative process was at the forefront, thus producing pieces with an often sculptural and unique formal language.
ORIGINAL IN BERLIN is pleased to present a selection of rare objects by George and Mira Nakashima, Dan Wenger, Phillip Lloyd Powell and Richard Tannen, all of whom shaped this epoch signi cantly. Unusual materials and new techniques make the limited-edition objects, then as today, highly desirable pieces.
Designer's Special #1
Who is Paul McCobb?
Designer's Special #2
Kipp Stewart –
”I can't do anything unless I see it first.”
ORIGINAL IN BERLIN offers the following design pieces of the American Studio Craft Movement: