Originally designed in 1920 by Gerrit Thomas Rietveld, this limited edition version of the iconic 635 Chair is crafted by Cassina and finished in black, green and white hues.
A chromatic evolution of Rietveld’s 1918 Red and Blue Chair, this green edition was initially developed for the school teacher Wicher Zeilmaker and would make a sculptural addition to any contemporary space.
Showcasing a black-stained beechwood body with contrasting white accents, the chair’s seat is crafted from multi-plywood painted in a rich green lacquer. Finished with leather seat and backrest cushions in the same green hue, this limited edition chair would enhance any décor.
One of the central characters of the de Stijl artistic movement, architect and furniture designer Gerrit Thomas Rietveld is most renowned for creating the original Red and Blue Chair early in his career. Rietveld went on to design iconic buildings such as the Schröder House in Utrecht and exhibit at the Bauhaus after receiving a personal invitation from Walter Gropius.
Seat Height: 33cm
- Originally designed in 1920 by Gerrit Thomas Rietveld
- Showcases a black beechwood body with contrasting white accents
- Finished with leather seat and backrest cushions in a rich green hue