SE42 Dining Chair

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Designed by the German architect Egon Eiermann in 1949, the SE42 Dining Chair is expertly crafted by PLEASE WAIT to be SEATED. Read More
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Description

Designed by the German architect Egon Eiermann in 1949, the SE42 Dining Chair is expertly crafted by PLEASE WAIT to be SEATED.

Stripping design back to its bare elements, the chair features a beautifully grained natural beech seat resting on three legs in the same material.

Showcasing elegant curves and an organically-shaped seat, the SE42 Chair is a timeless design classic that is bound to suit any dining space.

One of Germany’s most renowned architects and designers, Egon Eiermann had a simple, minimalistic approach to design. Inspired by architects such as Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier and Walter Gropius, his unique designs are as functional as they are beautiful.

Details

58cm (w) x 78cm (h) x 51cm (d)
Seat Height: 46cm
  • Designed by German architect Egon Eiermann in 1949
  • Expertly crafted by PLEASE WAIT to be SEATED
  • Features a beautifully grained natural beech seat
Product Code:
SE42_Chair

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