215 Bentwood Chair

Designed by:  Michael Thonet
Manufactured by:  Gebruder T 1819

The famous coffee house chair is an icon and is still regarded as the most successful industrial product in the world.  The 215 chair seat and back is available with in wicker or covered with leather or fabric.  Manufactured by Gerbruder T 1819.

Designed in 1859.
16.9" W, 20.5" D, 33" H
Seat height 18.1"
$1,260.00
Designed by:  Michael Thonet
Manufactured by:  Gebruder T 1819

The famous coffee house chair is an icon and is still regarded as the most successful industrial product in the world.  The 215 chair seat and back is available with in wicker or covered with leather or fabric.  Manufactured by Gerbruder T 1819.

Designed in 1859.
16.9" W, 20.5" D, 33" H
Seat height 18.1"
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Designed by:  Michael Thonet
Manufactured by:  Gebruder T 1819

The famous coffee house chair is an icon and is still regarded as the most successful industrial product in the world.  The 215 chair seat and back is available with in wicker or covered with leather or fabric.  Manufactured by Gerbruder T 1819.

Designed in 1859.
16.9" W, 20.5" D, 33" H
Seat height 18.1"

Gebruder T 1819

Gebruder T 1819 (also known as Gebruder Thonet and Thonet GmbH) and began with the work of master carpenter Michael Thonet (1796 – 1871), who provided the transition from manual furniture production to industrial production. Thonet’s No. 14 chair from 1859 composed through an innovative technique of bending solid beech wood has long been a design icon and ushered in the era of the modern chair. Having mastered the manipulation of bending wood, the manufacturer’s next product line was the construction of tubular steel furniture – designs by Mart Stam, Mies van der Rohe, and Marcel Breuer – that characterized the Bauhaus movement of the 1920s and early 1930s. In addition to manufacturing its bentwood and tubular steel classics, Gebruder T 1819 collaborates with a number of contemporary designers.