Wassily

Poltrona Wassily in cuoio nero
Wassily Armchair by Marcel Breuer
Poltrona Wassily in cuoio nero
Poltrona Wassily in cuoio nero
Poltrona Wassily in cuoio nero
Poltrona Wassily in cuoio nero
Particolare della struttura cromata
Particolare della struttura cromata
Particolare della struttura cromata
Particolare delle cuciture e del rivestimento in cuoio nero
Poltrona Wassily in cuoio nero
Poltrona Wassily in cuoio nero
Particolare del bracciolo
Particolare del bracciolo
Dettaglio della poltrona Wassily
Dettaglio della poltrona Wassily

Wassily

Wassily armchair designed by Breuer with chromed steel structure and hide-leather or cavallino leather seat.
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Description

Wassily armchair was designed by Marcel Breuer in honour of Wassily Kandinsky. Initially the prototype was featured with a tube of 20 mm diameter. After a series of changes Breuer came to use a chromed steel tube without joints for the realization of the structure. Back, seat and armrest are in hide-leather or cavallino leather available in two finishes and in several colours. Apart from being a milestone in the history of Interior Design, Wassily armchair is a product hand-crafted by a workshop specialized in metal and leather manufacturing.

Measurements
- cm 79 x d.70 x h.72
Seat height: cm 45

Seat and Back Material

- Russia hide-leather
- full grain hide-leather
- cavallino leather: white/black, white/coffee, white/black/coffee

Colour (only for Hide-leather Seat and Back)
Choose the desired colour from the configurator menu only for seat and back finishes in Russia hide-leather or full grain hide-leather.

Structure Finish
- chromed steel without joints

Hide-leather Features
Russia Hide-leatherRussia Hide-leather: thickness of approximately 1,8/2 mm. This hide leather is artificially worked, in order to result uniform, by removing all the little imperfections you can find in a full grain hide leather.




Full Grain Hide-leatherFull Grain Hide-leather: thickness of approximately 2,8/3mm. The surface is not submitted to any kind of treatment that could modify its characteristics, so you can see pores, little scratches and other natural imperfections.




Manufacturer

This article is the result of the creativity and craftsmanship of a Toscana-based company, which was born as a proper workshop, specialised in the tubular steel structures of furniture items. The company has combined its excellent skills in handmade manufacturing, which has always been a main characteristic of the furniture business in Italy, with innovative technologies and it has distinguished itself on the market, thanks to a style and an unmistakable offer. The research on materials and innovative mechanical devices, plus the cultural heritage; which only a company, born from a workshop can have; are the defining ingredients of a leading brand in the manufacturing of design furniture inspired by the classic Bauhaus and vintage. The collection includes tables, coffee tables, tub chairs and chairs made starting from the original design by Eames, Van Der Rohe, Eileen Gray, mart Stam, Aarnio, Breuer, Jacobsen, Nelson.

Tavoli, tavolini, poltroncine e sedie iconiche ispirati ai classici del design

Additional Information

Design
Marcel Breuer
Country of Production
Italy
Warnings
Exportable to the United Kingdom or Ireland with restrictions
Number of Packages
1
Weight
15 Kg
Cubic Metres
0.46 m³
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Designer

Marcel BreuerMarcel Breuer (Pécs, 1902 – New York, 1981)
Marcel Breuer has been one of the greatest architects of the Century, and that was already pretty clear during the 20s when, at 32, he was studying at Bauhaus carpentry. Hartmann, a master artisan, recalls that Breuer with courage and perseverance questioned the sacred rules of Bauhaus and found very personal solutions to them. During the years at Bauhaus he designed many furniture for a prototype house and became co-founder of a cooperative for architecture. From 1925 to 1928 he supervised the carpentry class. His first chairs in steel tube belong to that period of time as well as his first furniture pieces: he furnished the houses of Bauhaus masters and Erwin Piscator apartment in Berlin.
In 1937 Breuer moved to the United States where he lived until his death. In Cambridge (Massachusetts) he managed a studio together with Walter Gropius and for nine years he had been working as a professor of architecture at Harvard Univeristy. Breuer produced a series of great design projects: Unesco building in Paris, "De Bijenkorf" mall in Rotterdam, Usa embassy in Hague, Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and Sport Park in Flushing Meadows. After the 30s he stopped designing furniture and he started with tapestry. The great quality of Breuer architectures is given by the combination of great beauty and functionality.

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