Collection of dimensioned drawings of the Krefeld Ottoman

The Krefeld Ottoman focuses on comfort and long lasting design, maintaining a clean profile and featuring high-density foam cushions. Originally specified to be made with leather upholstery, the Krefeld Ottoman was designed by Mies van Der Rohe in collaboration with Lilly Reich as part of a lounge collection in 1927 to complement the glass and brick residences of the Esters and Langes in Krefeld, Germany.

The Krefeld Ottoman has an overall height of 17” (43 cm), width of 26” (66 cm), and depth of 20.5” (52 cm).

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Height: 
17” | 43 cm
Width:
26” | 66 cm
Depth:
20.5” | 52 cm
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Materials:
Hardwood and plywood frame; high-density foam cushion; stained wood legs; leather upholstery
Designer:
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Year:
1927

Properties

Drawings include:
Krefeld Ottoman front elevation, front (person), side, plan

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Ottomans, or footstools, are upholstered independent seating elements designed without back supports. Typically found in a living room as a central furniture piece, ottomans today are designed with a range of styles and sizes that often coordinate with related furniture elements.