This elegant chair was first designed in 1898 by Adolf Loos and was meant for the Cafè Museum in Vienna, hence its name. Exuding timeless charm and elegance, this piece will be a stunning addition to a classic or modern home, thanks to its exquisite craftsmanship, the light frame obtained with an elliptical section, and the sinuous curves of its steam-bent beechwood frame. Inspired by Thonet's No. 14 and No. 30 chairs, this piece features a comfortable upholstered seat.
• Material: Beechwood Textiles
• Dimensions (in): W 17.32 x D 20.87 x H 34.25
• Dimensions (cm): W 44 x D 53 x H 87
Gebrüder Thonet Vienna GmbH ("GTV") is part of the Viennese-style furniture tradition. It has re-edited a series of Viennese-style classic pieces, created by Michael Thonet and his five sons, and has been making exq…View Full Bio >