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Marcel Breuer B114 Stool

Marcel Breuer B114 Stool

The Marcel Breuer B114 Stool was first shown in the Thonet catalogs of the 1920s.  The Thonet company subsequently produced a variation of this stool and credited Emile Guillot with the design.

Marcel Breuer's first bent round tubular steel chair, the Wassily, was created in 1925 while he was head of the cabinet making workshop at the Dessau Bauhaus.  By the 1930s, the craft of bending tubular steel was mainstream in the modernist movement.  

This exquisite Breuer stool representing an important part of furniture design history works great in bars and kitchen areas. 


Made in Italy.

Dimensions: H 30 1/4"  Diameter 17"

Materials: Stool with chromed tubular steel frame. Seat in self-supporting expanded foam with non removable covering in leather.


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