• Wassily lounge chair, 1925, Marcel breuer, Knoll
  • Wassily lounge chair, 1925, Marcel breuer, Knoll
  • Wassily lounge chair, 1925, Marcel breuer, Knoll
  • Wassily lounge chair, 1925, Marcel breuer, Knoll
  • Wassily lounge chair, 1925, Marcel breuer, Knoll

Wassily lounge chair, 1925

Wassily lounge chair by Marcel Breuer for Knoll.

Marcel Breuer was an apprentice at the Bauhaus in 1925 when he conceived the first tubular steel chair, the Wassily chair, based on the tubed frame of a bicycle.

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Wassily lounge chair by Marcel Breuer for Knoll.

Marcel Breuer was an apprentice at the Bauhaus in 1925 when he conceived the first tubular steel chair, the Wassily chair, based on the tubed frame of a bicycle.

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79w x 70d x 42/72cmh

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The frame is made with a seamless tubular steel with a polished chrome finish.

Available in a wide range of upholstery options:

Thick cowhide leather slings in black, light brown or white beige.

Spinneybeck belting leather in the colours black, chocolate, cinnamon, dark mustard, dark salmon, deep blue, deep green, deep purple, fudge, key lime, lemon meringue, simply red, sunshine, sweet potato, and white.

Spinneybeck haired hide in the colours gold, tan, mahogany, chestnut, coffee, black, tri-colour, and black & white.
New Natural canvas.

Shorter lead time for black cowhide, available as 'Quickship' (2-3 weeks delivery time).

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Knoll specialises in workplace furnishings that inspire, evolve and endure.

Knoll specialises in workplace furnishings that inspire, evolve and endure.

Their commitment to innovation and modern design has yielded a comprehensive portfolio of office systems, seating, files and storage, tables and desks, wood casegoods, textiles and accessories. Their products have been exhibited in major art museums, with more than 40 pieces in the permanent Design Collection of The Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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