S 32 V- Cantilever Chair

S 32 V- Cantilever Chair


The familiar innovation: The tubular steel cantilever chairs S 32 and S 64 Among the tubular steel furniture models, the cantilever chair S 32 is particularly versatile. It fits into a variety of design worlds and is part of an uncompromisingly modern interior design as well as a diverse mix that gives space to different eras and styles. The cantilever frame S 32 and the S 64 version with armrests are the best-known tubular steel classics. The attractive combination of new and old contributes to their popularity: Thonet's tradition in the production of bentwood furniture with the characteristic Viennese wickerwork contrasts with the revolutionary use of tubular steel. The solid bentwood seat and backrest with wickerwork represent tradition, and the frame represents the present and the future. Thanks to their versatility, they have become successful cantilever chairs and are still so today. Marcel Breuer designed the S 32 and S 64 during his stay in Berlin in 1928. Thonet has been producing both models since 1930. Thanks to their aesthetic reduction and clarity, combined with an airy cantilever, the classics fit into the most diverse environments, from conference rooms to waiting rooms, restaurants and private homes. *artistic copyright Mart Stam


    Materials: chrome frame with natural lacquered oak

    Size: L 46 x D 60 x H 82


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