Designed by German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Villa Tugendhat in Brno, Czech Republic, is one of the Europe’s pioneering prototypes of modern architecture. The Brno Chair, as it is now known, was a prominent feature inside the avant-garde building, and it echoes the innovative simplicity of its original home. This uniquely balanced chair is securely positioned on a single, suspended leg that also forms the armrests. Feature this piece in your dining room, office or anywhere you need a touch of elegant, minimalist modernism. A classic example of Mies’ innovative design aesthetic, the stunning and unusual Brno Chair certainly proves that less is indeed more.