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Wassily Chair CF024

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Description:Wassily Chair,also known as the Model B3 chair, was designed by Marcel Breuer in 1925-1926. The Wassily Chair is a symbol of the industrial heroism and engineering invention of the early 20th century. 3MM Thick Bonded 100% Saddle Leather. Seat platform tilts at a backward angle of 20 degrees.

 

Wassily Chair CF024

 

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Item: CF024 Dimensions(cm): 82(L)*72(W)*70(H)
Designer: Marcel Breuer Colors available: Black, Red, White, Dark Brown
Lead time: 15~25 days Inquiry Now: [email protected]

 

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1. The Wassily Chair is the most reproduction of all Breuer's chairs.Wassily Chair,also known as the Model B3 chair, was designed by Marcel Breuer in 1925-26.
2. Marcel Breuer's Wassily Chair. A higher quality reproduction featuring the original specifications and features.
3. Quite revolutionary at the time in its use of tubular steel, the Wassily chair was inspired by Breuer’s Adler bike.
4. 3MM Thick Bonded 100% Saddle Leather.
5. Our version of Breuer’s Wassily chair is now made with a polished chrome-finished tubular steel frame.
6. Based on the original design pitch, the seat platform tilts at a backward angle of 20 degrees.
7. The trademark thick cowhide leather slings of the Wassily chairs epitomise style yet are comfortable to sit in, making the chair an excellent choice for any interior.
8. The Wassily Chair is a symbol of the industrial heroism and engineering invention of the early 20th century.

•  Fast delivery.
•  Warranty / Guarantee: warranty for 2 years from the date of purchase.
•  Good Customer Service. 

Yadea's focus on quality does not end at the factory door - they believe that providing clients with exceptional service is just as important as manufacturing furniture. In order to make certain Yadea clients enjoy consistently high quality in all Yadea products, they have set up their own test center which monitors products against criteria that are far more stringent than the statutory standards.
 

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Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair

Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair

Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair

 Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair

Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair

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 Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair

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Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair

Designer:


 Marcel Breuer

Marcel Breuer Hungary (1902-1981)

First and foremost Marcel Breuer is known as an architect. He, like many Bauhaus students and teachers experimented in industrial furniture designs. Similar to Mies Van Der Rohe, Marcel Breuer left Germany as the Nazis began to come to power. He perceived the loss of freedoms and rise of tyranny coming to his homeland. While Mies left for the U.S, Marcel left for England. In London he worked for the earliest modern furniture design firms in England, The Isokon company.

Drawing upon this image of "shiny and impeccable lines in space" Breuer designed his famous Wassilly chair in 1925 for Wassilly Kandinsky while both were in residence at the Bauhaus. Breuer subsequently designed a range of tubular metal furniture that had singular advantages – affordability, hygiene and an inherent resilience. Breuer considered his designs essential for modern living.

In 1928 Breuer left the Bauhaus and moved to Berlin and then to England in 1935 when the Nazis made it impossible for anyone who had been a part of the Bauhaus – a "hotbed of Bolshevism" – to practice architecture. In 1937, he joined Walter Gropius in his architectural practice and also at Harvard as a professor. Breuer moved to New York in 1946 to found his own architectural firm, and like Corbusier, chose concrete as his medium of choice. He used concrete in his design of the Whitney Museum of Art.

His commercial design portfolio is extensive and includes Whitney Museum of American Art in Ny, The Pirelli tire building and The Atlanta Library. Although not produced during the 30′s-50′s, his most famous furniture design ended up being the Wassily B3 Chair.

 

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