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D4 Folding Chair

Starts from CA$899.00 Regular Price CA$1,169.00
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Starts from CA$899.00 Regular Price CA$1,169.00

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Overall W 30.7" x D 27.9" x H 24"
  • The D4 Folding Chair is a Bauhaus love story where beauty meets functionality. Its tubular steel frame, paired with straps, is the hallmark of Marcel Breuer's iconic designs, with the Wassily Chair as his most well-recognized work. The collapsible form of the D4 Folding Chair allows it to be a space-saving seating choice, making it suitable for any place or situation.

    Materials & Features:
    • Structure: highly polished #304 grade tubular stainless steel frame with a chrome finish; silver welded joints
    • Leather slings crafted from vegan or top grain leather
    • Easy folding
    • Includes four snap-on plastic glides on chair legs to protect your floors
    • Fully assembled
    • All materials are fire-resistant & non-toxic (baby-friendly)
  • Marcel Breuer (1902- 1981) was born in Hungary and later studied and taught at the Bauhaus in Dessau. There, he became one of the very first designers who would create furniture with tubular steel. Apparently, the elegantly curved tubular steel handlebars of his Adler bicycle inspired him to work with this material. The process of manufacturing seamless, tubular steel had just been invented by the German steel manufacturer Mannesmann. For the auditorium in Dessau, Breuer developed a number of different pieces of furniture, all of which were lightweight, affordable and hygienic. At that time, this was absolutely revolutionary for a number of reasons. It used new materials like leather or bent steel, and most importantly, it looked absolutely different than anything else that had ever been designed before. As such, it does not seem surprising that Marcel Breuer"s creation evaded popularity, much to his disappointment. After his Bauhaus career, Breuer spent some time in Berlin, designing private residences, buildings and commercial spaces. Later in his career, he also created innovative wooden furniture but his most famous design is definitely the Wassily Chair.

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