Born from the Bauhaus and manufactured by Knoll since 1968, the Cesca Armchair is one of Marcel Breuer's finest, still as radical today as it was at its inception, nearly 100 years ago.Read More
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Born from the Bauhaus and manufactured by Knoll since 1968, the Cesca Armchair is one of Marcel Breuer's finest, still as radical today as it was at its inception, nearly 100 years ago.
This subtle, simple and sculpturesque 20th-century staple presents mesmerising wicker caning, an intricate plywood seat with a beech backrest, completed with chrome-plated framing and striking black satin armrests. Mr Breuer's signature completes each timeless icon as a stamp of authenticity.
Widely considered one of the most popular and influential architects and furniture designers of the 20th century, Hungarian-born Marcel Breuer was one of the Bauhaus’ first students. Studying alongside and under Wassily Kandinsky, Walter Gropius, Paul Klee and Josef Albers, Breuer went on to become an icon of the Modernist movement.
Seat Height: 44cm
- The 1928 Breuer icon
- With intricate chrome-plated framing and satinated arms
- Clad in wicker caning with a beech backrest and plywood seat