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Marcel Breuer's Wassily Chair (1925) is one of the most famous products of the Bauhaus School. It is a club armchair with all the stuffing taken out, leaving a behind a skeletal framework and stretched seat, back, and arms. Marcel Breuer is considered one of the fathers of Modernism. During his career, he was an architect, teacher and furniture designer. Breuer is famous for a number of furniture designs, though perhaps no chair design is more famous than his Wassily Chair. Marcel Breuer…

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Marcel Breuer was an apprentice at the Bauhaus when he conceived the world's first tubular steel chair–the Wassily Chair. Inspired by the frame of a bicycle, a product he greatly admired for its functional design, Breuer saw tubular steel as a way of building a more transparent chair. Influenced by the constructivist theories of the Dutch De Stjil movement, Breuer took a familiar form in this case the classic club chair and reduced it to its elemental lines and planes. The composition of…

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Marcel Breuer's Wassily Chair (1925) is one of the most famous products of the Bauhaus School. It is a club armchair with all the stuffing taken out, leaving a behind a skeletal framework and stretched seat, back, and arms. Marcel Breuer is considered one of the fathers of Modernism. During his career, he was an architect, teacher and furniture designer. Breuer is famous for a number of furniture designs, though perhaps no chair design is more famous than his Wassily Chair. Marcel Breuer…

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Designed in 1926 by Marcel Breuer, the Wassily Chair is an Icon of modern Bauhaus design. The inspiration for the Wassily chair came from the curving handlebars of the Adler bicycle. The Wassily Chair will pair well with our Marcel Breuer Laccio Table. This item is not manufactured by or affiliated with the original designer(s) and associated parties. We do not claim any rights on any third party trademarks.

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Designed in 1926 by Marcel Breuer, the Wassily Chair is an Icon of modern Bauhaus design. The inspiration for the Wassily chair came from the curving handlebars of the Adler bicycle. The Wassily Chair will pair well with our Marcel Breuer Laccio Table. This item is not manufactured by or affiliated with the original designer(s) and associated parties. We do not claim any rights on any third party trademarks.

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Marcel Breuer designed the Cesca Chair in 1928 with the interest of comfort in mind. Like his progressive Wassily Chair (1925), the Cesca Chair is constructed of tubular steel. The chair was named "Cesca" as a tribute to his daughter Francesca and was never patented, explains a 1991 New York Times article. "While Breuer signed a contract with Knoll Group, his design has always been in the public domain," noted the group's vice president of design at the time. The tubular steel cantilever…

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Listed for sale is an early Knoll Wassily chair in reddish brown leather, designed by Marcel Breuer. This model is known as the B3 or Wassily chair, named after fellow Bauhaus student Wassily Kandinsky. It features an original Stendig (Finland) tag on the bottom of the chair. This example showcases all exceptional qualities of superb original examples. It has welded and polished caps on the tube ends, along with rich and high quality belting leather. You will receive the exact chair shown in…

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For over two decades, the Vitra Design Museum has been making miniature replicas of milestones in furniture design from its collection. The Miniatures Collection encapsulates the entire history of industrial furniture design – moving from Historicism and Art Nouveau to the Bauhaus and New Objectivity, from Radical Design and Postmodernism all the way up to the present day. Marcel Breuer was one of the most important designers of the early modern age. His biography is closely linked to the…

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Knoll Breuer Wassily Chair A club chair reduced to it's elemental lines and frame, the Wassily Chair was inspired by the frame of a bicycle, and designed by Marcel Breuer while he was an apprentice at the Bauhaus. The resulting transparent chair of tubular steel is a classic, its authenticity signified by the signature of the designer and an individual identification number stamped into the frame. Designer: Marcel Breuer, 1925Manufacturer: KnollDimensions: 31"w | 27"d | 28.75"h | 16.5"h seat…

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Knoll Breuer Wassily Chair A club chair reduced to it's elemental lines and frame, the Wassily Chair was inspired by the frame of a bicycle, and designed by Marcel Breuer while he was an apprentice at the Bauhaus. The resulting transparent chair of tubular steel is a classic, its authenticity signified by the signature of the designer and an individual identification number stamped into the frame. Designer: Marcel Breuer, 1925Manufacturer: KnollDimensions: 31"w | 27"d | 28.75"h | 16.5"h…

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