Bauhaus designer chair Cesca created 1928 by Marcel Breuer became one of famous classic furniture. The esthetical cantilever, which was named after Breuer's daughter Francesca is a combination of elegant woven cane, steel pipe and warm wood. This chair provide the typical minimalistic expression of the Bauhaus age and is welcome in elegant restaurants, and in conference rooms.
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cantilever in chromed steel tube frame, seat and back padded woven cane, black or natural wooden frame. Welded caps only.
Traditional Italian handicraft production
5 year manufacture's warranty
Delivery: w/i 3-4 weeks directly from Italian manufacturer to your door.
LC6 Le Corbusier`s table called "Tube d`Avion" was first presented in Paris in 1929 by the famous designer . This attractive, handmade table is an elegant combination of glass and steel. The supporting sub-frame consists of a seamless shaped oval tube. The glass plate is supported by 4 plates and is available in different qualities and thikness to...
Bauhaus armchair Cesca by Marcel Breuer, due to the large elasticity of cantilever creates a comfortable seating position. These designs of the Cesca chair underline the typical minimalism of the Bauhaus age and the visual separation between base and seat by using a supporting frame made of bent and chromed steel tube w. welded caps.
LC10 Le Corbusier`s table is versatile applicable as a conference-, dining-, or coffee- table, by its variable sizes, and heights. Conceived by renowned designers of the Bauhaus age Le Corbusier in year 1928. Often seen in sophisticated facilities.
Bauhaus floor lamp "Tube Light" with tubolar bulb was designed in 1927 by famous designer Eileen Gray. Because of its timeless beauty is the lamp still one of the most popular lamps fitting to all Bauhaus furniture. The lamp was promoted by the minimalist design of the Bauhaus age.
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