Siebenkugelstuhl by WIENER GTV DESIGN



Designer Josef Hoffmann
Launched in 1908
ID 10-371
Architonic id 1028231

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A perfectly coherent composition.
A brilliant combination of practicality, productive economy and elegance.
The famous Siebenkugelstuhl is a true symbol of modern furniture.
The curved beech technique means that the chair back and back legs are formed from a single piece of wood. The spheres serve two purposes: they represent a pure, formal, decorative symbol and, at the same time, a structural union between the elements, making for an innovative assembly.
This is a timeless design that was originally presented in 1908 at the Wiener Kunstschau by the Viennese master and reintroduced in a prestigious new edition by Gebrüder Thonet Vienna.
A part from the classic natural and whitened beech wood, light and dark walnut, light and dark cherry wood, wengé and anthracite finishes, the Siebenkugelstuhl is also available in yellow, red, blue and orange painted versions.
Sizes: L 450 mm, D 520 mm, H 1100 mm, seat depth 420 mm, seat height 470 mm.

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