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Wassily Lounge Chair



Originally known as the B2 Chair, the Wassily Lounge Chair was designed when Marcel Breuer was an apprentice at the Bauhaus in 1925.

Named after Breuer’s contemporary Wassily Kandinsky, the Wassily Lounge Chair’s tubular frame was inspired by that of a bicycle. With a polished chrome finish and leather upholstery, this award-winning chair has truly earnt its place in the design hall of fame.

Crafted to Marcel Breuer’s exact specifications by Knoll, the Wassily Lounge Chair is considered a design classic that would lend a touch of style to any space.


  • Designed by Marcel Breuer in 1925
  • Expertly crafted by Knoll
  • Polished chrome finish and leather upholstery


79cm (w) x 70cm (h) x 72cm (d) 

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