Old is new again: Harvey Probber collection by M2L

M2L signed an agreement with the Harvey Probber Design Archive to reissue some of the American designer’s iconic pieces.

For this partnership, M2L launched casegoods and seating, including the Sling chair, which was included in MoMA’s 1951 “Good Design” exhibition and is celebrating its 65th anniversary. The Harvey Probber collection also includes 1949’s Nuclear coffee table, a circular, two-piece wooden table that shapeshifts to form an S-shape or two half-moons. The Architectural Series of 1960 is also coming back, offering architectural forms. Seating in M2L’s Harvey Probber collection includes the Deep tuft sofa of 1972, and the Mayan Sofa of 1981, which reinterprets the Mesoamerican zigguraut. 


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