Designed by Otto Wagner in 1906, this chair was created to furnish the headquarters of the Post Office Savings Bank in Vienna, hence its name collection. Entirely crafted of steam-bent beechwood veneered white, this structure envelopes with refinement and sophistication. The light and curved silhouette contrasts with the rigor of the square cross section of the elements composing it. The seat is crafted of white-painted, perforated plywood. The aluminum details that define the hardware and tips of the legs stand out for a striking effect. This chair is also available without metal details.
• Material: Beechwood Plywood Aluminum
• Dimensions (in): W 22.05 x D 23.23 x H 31.10
• Dimensions (cm): W 56 x D 59 x H 79
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 >