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Cesca chair 118 cantilever by M. Breuer (1928) Bauhaus age
Cesca chair created 1928 by Bauhaus designer 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.
Cesca cantilever chair 118 by Bauhaus designer Marcel Breuer is one of the world's best known cantilever chairs. Breuer was inspired by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, who had already presented his cantilever MR10 at an exhibition in 1927. The Cesca name got the famous cantilever after Breuer`s daughter Francesca.
Wooden frame design available in black, white, beech, or walnut, seat and backrest with Vienna wickerwork.
Traditional Italian handicraft production
5 year manufacture's warranty.
- 0.30 m3
- 8 kg
- Seat high
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