Marcel Breuer designed the Laccio Table while he was experimenting at the Bauhaus laboratories with various objects, including different stools. The smallest of the Laccio tables was actually used as a seat for refectory tables. The Marcel Breuer Laccio Table series would later appear in photographs of Walter Gropius' house in Dessau. Marcel Breuer would market and produce the Laccio table design, in various sizes and dimensions, while employed by Standard-Mobel.
When Marcel Breuer started experimenting with the tubular steel chair in 1925, he was just 23 years old. This made him a generation younger than modernist pioneers like Gropius, Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe. At this early age Breuer became the Master of the Bahaus-Dessau furniture shop as he was instantly recognized by Gropius for his talent.
Made in Italy.
Dimensions: H 13 1/2" x D 19" x W 53 1/2"
Material: Steel tubular structure, chrome-plated. Melamine top in white or black.
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