• Breuer armchair, 1936, Marcel breuer, Isokon plus
  • Breuer armchair, 1936, Marcel breuer, Isokon plus
  • Breuer armchair, 1936, Marcel breuer, Isokon plus
  • Breuer armchair, 1936, Marcel breuer, Isokon plus

Breuer armchair, 1936

Breuer armchair by Marcel Breuer for Isokon Plus.

The classic modernist armchair was designed Marcel Breuer during his wartime exile in England while living at the Lawn Road building in Hampstead.

The design was created in 1936 for the Ventris family, with only two armchairs and one sofa produced for their apartment in the Tecton-designed Highpoint building in Highgate.

The chair's armrest incorporates a shelf which doubles as a display case for objects or simply as a handy place to put your drink or book while seated.

Made by Isokon Plus in Hackney Wick, East London.

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Breuer armchair by Marcel Breuer for Isokon Plus.

The classic modernist armchair was designed Marcel Breuer during his wartime exile in England while living at the Lawn Road building in Hampstead.

The design was created in 1936 for the Ventris family, with only two armchairs and one sofa produced for their apartment in the Tecton-designed Highpoint building in Highgate.

The chair's armrest incorporates a shelf which doubles as a display case for objects or simply as a handy place to put your drink or book while seated.

Made by Isokon Plus in Hackney Wick, East London.

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85w x 89d x 79cmh

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The Breuer armchair is constructed using Birch plywood and, Isokon Plus has now reissued the design to its original specification, upholstered in a range of fabrics, including some by Eleanor Pritchard.

The Breuer armchair can be upholstered in the customers own fabric. Please enquire for details.

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