S 32 Cantilever Chair - Mesh

Designed by:  Marcel Breuer
Manufactured by:  Gebruder T 1819

Cantilever chair with chrom-plated tubular steel frame. Wooden parts in stained beech. Seat covered in black synthetic mesh beneath the wickerwork.  Manufactured by Gerbruder T 1819.

Designed in 1929-1930.
18.1" W, 23.6" D, 32.3" H
Seat height 18.1"

$1,109 - $1,260
Designed by:  Marcel Breuer
Manufactured by:  Gebruder T 1819

Cantilever chair with chrom-plated tubular steel frame. Wooden parts in stained beech. Seat covered in black synthetic mesh beneath the wickerwork.  Manufactured by Gerbruder T 1819.

Designed in 1929-1930.
18.1" W, 23.6" D, 32.3" H
Seat height 18.1"

$1,109 - $1,260
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Designed by:  Marcel Breuer
Manufactured by:  Gebruder T 1819

Cantilever chair with chrom-plated tubular steel frame. Wooden parts in stained beech. Seat covered in black synthetic mesh beneath the wickerwork.  Manufactured by Gerbruder T 1819.

Designed in 1929-1930.
18.1" W, 23.6" D, 32.3" H
Seat height 18.1"

$1,109 - $1,260

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.