This stunning chair was designed by Adolf Loos in 1898 to furnish that renowned Cafè Museum in Vienna. Its timeless allure comes from the refined curves of its silhouette, obtained with the signature Thonet's steam-bent beechwood that creates stunning accents at the top of the legs and in the two parallel curves that grace the open backrest. This design was inspired by the No. 14 and the No. 30 chairs of the historical brand's catalog. The structure of the piece has an elliptical section that gives it lightness.
• Material: Beechwood
• 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 >