S 64NDR
  • S 64NDR

    €1,470.00Price

    Well-known innovation: the tubular steel cantilever chairs S 32 and S 64. Among tubular steel furniture, the cantilever chair S 32 is particularly versatile. It is at home in various design worlds. It is suitable both for uncompromisingly modern furniture and for the versatile mix that allows different eras and styles to coexist. The cantilever chair S 32 and the S 64 version with armrests are the best-known tubular steel classics. Their popularity is due to the attractive combination of the new with the tried and tested: Thonet's tradition in the manufacture of bentwood furniture with characteristic Viennese cantilever contrasts with the revolutionary use of tubular steel. The seat and backrest made of solid wood with tubular wickerwork embody tradition, the frame the present and the future. Their versatility makes them the best-selling cantilever chairs to date. Marcel Breuer designed the S 32 and S 64 during his stay in Berlin in 1928. Thonet has been producing both models since 1930. Their aesthetic reduction and clarity, combined with an airy cane, make these classics suitable for a wide variety of environments such as conference rooms, waiting rooms, restaurants and homes. *artistic copyright Mart Stam

    • PRODUCT DETAIL

      Materials: black mesh frame, black stained beech shell

      Size: L 68 x D 68 x H 89

    • SHIPPING INFORMATION

      The production deadlines are individual for each THONET product, which we organise for you directly with the production and inform you about. The indicated delivery times apply from the confirmation of the order. They are average values. Delivery on time is to be expected, but cannot be guaranteed. In rare cases, delivery delays may occur at our transport service providers. Goods in stock will be dispatched immediately.

    • RETURN CONDITION

      Please note that we do not accept returns of products that have been individually designed and assembled for you. Of course, this exclusion does not apply in the event of a production error. The statutory revocation periods apply to products in stock. Unfortunately, we cannot afford the return shipping costs.