Cesca Armchair 115 Cantilever Marcel Breuer (1928)
Cesca armchair 115 cantilever with armrests by Bauhaus designer Marcel Breuer 1928 is one of the most famous classic armchairs of the Bauhaus age. The name which it carries is after Breuer's daughter Francesca. The open construction makes the chair look like it is floating in space.
Both surfaces are enclosed by hardwood frames and stained black, natural or beech wood.
Material: Cantilever made of chromed tubular steel frame with welded caps. Removable floor protection.
The seat and back are upholstered and covered with linen or high-quality leather.
Cesca cantilever chair 115 is determined by the basic form of tubular steel construction. This will make it possible to dispense with the hind legs and to protect the free-swinging character. The chrome-plated steel tube gives the chair frame flexibility and provides springy movements of the user.
The cantilever functionality and economical aesthetics combine the comfort of sitting with the desired appearance.
Traditional Italian handicraft production
5 year manufacture's warranty
- 0.40 m3
- 9 kg
- Seat high
- Armrests high
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