Fans of architecture may be drawn to Loehr's new furniture collection, which drew inspiration from minimalism and the De Stijl architectural movement.
The new pieces include a shelf, a bench, a two-seater sofa and a bistro table that are available in a variety of vibrant colors, which offer the consumer a dynamic and unique home decor item that fuses practicality with design. The pieces were introduced in an exciting launch that took place in a house in Berlin that's not normally open to the public, that was designed by Oscar Niemeyer in 1957.
Placing the newly introduced furniture items in a residential home demonstrates the collection's diverse ability, as it was designed for use in both home or office settings.
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