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Set of 4 'Cesca' Chairs

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H: 83cm W: 59.5cm D: 53cm Seat height: 44.5cm

A set of four Cesca chairs originally designed by Marcel Breuer - this set is a later Italian made version.

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Designer Spotlight | Marcel Breuer

Marcel Breuer was a Hungarian architect and furniture designer born 1902. Breuer moved to Vienna after graduating from secondary school to study painting at the academy of fine arts but dropped out soon after and instead began working at a small furniture company. It was here that he developed an interest in furniture design. He moved to Weimar, Germany to enrol at the newly founded Bauhaus school. Here he signed up to the carpentry workshop.

After purchasing his first bicycle he admired its lightweight and strong construction, this was his first contact with tubular steel. He quickly began experimenting with the material to construct prototype furniture. This prototype would later be developed into the Wassily chair. It's success led to the design of more tubular steel based furniture including stools and side chairs.

In 1926 Breuer was approached by Hungarian architect Kalman Lengyel to produce and sell Breuer's furniture, together they created Standard Mobler later in 1928. Breuer signed over production rights to Thonet.

Image: Marcel Breuer reclines in his famous Wassily chair