Marcel Breuer, Series of five chairs B 32 “Cesca” in beech blond varnished, 1970s
Marcel Breuer, attributed to.
Series of five chairs B 32 “Cesca” in beech blond varnished. Seat and back in beech blond filled with blond natural canning are fixed on a tubular structure with a round section in chromed and folded steel.
Italian work realized in the 1970s.
Dimensions : H 83 x W 46 x D 48 cm.
Reference : LS4554811
Marcel Breuer (1902-1981) was an Hungarian furniture designer and architect, particularly known for being at the origin of the first revolution in design furniture in the 20th century thanks to the creation of the armchair “Wassily” in the 1920’s, named in tribute to his friend Wassily Kandinsky. He belonged to Bauhaus school where he realized his biggest works in which is illustrated the desire to give more importance to the function of the object than to its aesthetics. He is recognized as one of the most famous designers of the XXth 20th century.
The B 32 “Cesca” chair, in cane and tube, was designed by Marcel Breuer in the 1920s. Among his other chairs, emblematic of the 20th century, there is the B34 and the Wassily armchair.
Contact devis transport / delivery costs :
Telephone / By Phone : +33(0)6 08 78 43 37