Cesca chair model B32


The Cesca chair model B32 was designed by Marcel Breuer in 1928. The frame is made of chromed steel pipes, the seat is upholstered in rattan and beech. The chair from that time is kept in the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan as it is one of the 10 most important chairs of the 20th century. The production of Marcel Breuer chairs in Tuscany dates back to the 1960s. Dino Gavina rediscovered these designs after the war, acquired the rights and then named the chairs after Marcel Breuer’s daughter, Francesca.

The B32 chair has a simple curved steel frame and a woven rattan seat and backrest. The Cesca chairs were most likely made in Stol Kamnik, Slovenia / Yugoslavia, between 1970 and 1979. This product is in excellent condition.

Dimensions47 × 50 × 85 cm

Prihranek CO2

18,14 kg

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