Gothic furniture – Although Gothic architecture brought input concepts of new space through the use of pointed arches, flying buttresses and other construction firsts, in the twelfth century design was not influenced by the new style. The cathedrals were exhibitions of wealth but rich resources contributing to the Church preferred oak furniture, practical and simple, covered with tapestry. In the fifteenth century is where ornamental elements of Gothic furniture, particularly the pointed arch, were employed for the design of furniture. Then, tracery and arches were carved panels chairs, chests and tables of all tameness.
The ways XV century attachment was not known as a type of dresser with a small area to store items of gothic furniture, supported on a high legs; owned space for parts above the closed bottom and a shelf portion. Another notable was the closet for storing part, the doors closed space of 1.5 to 2 meters.
The desk usually had shaped hood, whose surface was used as a synonym for desk. The seats were of different types, the bank-bunker was the longest. The rigid chairs influenced the use of cushions. Until the early sixteenth century the Gothic furniture style, remained in force in furniture design.
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