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The living area of the Glass House held many of Bo Bardi’s furniture designs, including the desk chair and dining chairs. Both shared the similar elements of corsetlike back stitching, a motif still replicated today. Photo courtesy <a href="http://espasso

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Originally appeared in Lina Bo Bardi
on January 18, 2010
The living area of the Glass House held many of Bo Bardi’s furniture designs, including the desk chair and dining chairs. Both shared the similar elements of corsetlike back stitching, a motif still replicated today. Photo courtesy &lt;a href=&quot;http://espasso

The living area of Lina Bo Bardi's Glass House, a modern villa above São Paulo, held many of the architect's furniture designs, including the desk chair and dining chairs. Both shared the similar elements of corsetlike back stitching, a motif still replicated today.

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