This elegant chair was first designed in 1898 by Adolf Loos and was meant for the CafÃ© 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 the iconic No. 14 and No. 30 chairs, this piece features a comfortable cushion. Contract and commercial certifications available upon request.
• 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
• Handmade In Italy
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 >