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Cesca B32 Side Chair - Black Laquered

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  • Cesca B32 Side Chair Black Laquered image.
  • Cesca B32 Side Chair Black Laquered image.
  • Cesca B32 Side Chair Black Laquered image.
  • Cesca B32 Side Chair Black Laquered image.

Cesca B32 Side Chair - Black Laquered

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Delivered 10 - 16 weeks

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This Cesca Side Chair features hand-woven cane inserts and a beech frame. The cantilevered form exploits the possibilities unique to the material and gives the chair added flexibility and comfort.

Cesca B32 Side Chair
Cesca B32 Side Chair


Get inspired by classic Bauhaus designs of Marcel Breuer style Cesca Side Chair. This chair is perfect for casual dining spaces, and the stainless steel frame provides sturdy support for the woven rattan seat. This style of Marcel Breuer's classic 1930's design is made to provide design lovers with an affordable alternative without sacrificing quality.


Cesca B32 Side Chair
  • Frame: Ash / Black Lacquered Beech
  • Legs: Polish Stainless Steel
  • Seat: Woven Rattan
  • Original: As Per Original
  • Style: Cantilever Classic, Sophisticated
  • Assembly: Fully Assembled 
  • Instructions: N/A
  • Care: Dust
  • Clean: Spot Clean
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Dimension: Width 46.5cm, Depth 51cm, Height 82.5cm
  • Seat Height: 46cm
  • Packing Dimension: Width 50.5cm, Depth 54cm, Height 85cm
  • CBM: 0.28  Weight: 8.3kg
Inspired By

Marcel Breuer

Marcel Breuer, the Hungarian-American designer whose career touched nearly every aspect of three-dimensional design, from tiny utensils to the biggest buildings. A Hungarian-born modernist, architect, and furniture designer born in Pécs, Hungary in 1902, and became one of the greatest architects and furniture designers of the 20th century. He was the first furniture designer ever to use tubular steel. Breuer designed a whole range of tubular metal furniture including chairs, tables, stools and cupboards. His design Breuer's Wassily Chair became an instant classic of modern design, and even today it remains one of the most recognizable examples of Bauhaus design. He was known for his affordable furniture for the masses that were classed as democratic. He died in his apartment in Manhattan in 1981.

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