Long Chair, 1936
The Long Chair is considered one of the most important pieces of furniture to emerge from the inter-war Modern Movement and it is in the permanent collections of several internationally renowned museums including the V&A.
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135w x 60d x 830cmh
Lounger with birch frame. An optional seat pad is available.
Optional seat pad is available in in Bute, Kvadrat and Eleanor Pritchard fabrics, please see the upholstery options in the product downloads.
The seat pad can be upholstered in Customers Own Material subject to approval of suitability, please contact us here for more information.
The Isokon Furniture Company was founded in 1935 by Jack Pritchard, an English entrepreneur.
The founding traditions of Isokon have continued with the development and production of new products from contemporary designers. Isokon’s designs of the 1930s have endured as among the most important and original of the 20th century. The new designs sold by Isokon have become classics of this century, such as the pengiun donkey by Egon Riss and the long chair by Marcel Breuer.