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Breakfast nook - Cesca Side Chair - Cane - something like this in brass would be great

Breakfast nook - Cesca Side Chair - Cane - something like this in brass would be great

Marcel Breuer's B32  "Cesca." - 1928 - travail important sur la tubulure qui continue encore aujourd'hui à nous influencer

Marcel Breuer's B32 "Cesca." - 1928 - travail important sur la tubulure qui continue encore aujourd'hui à nous influencer

Cesca Side Chair - Cane
Designed by Marcel Breuer, produced by Knoll®

Cesca Side Chair - Cane Designed by Marcel Breuer, produced by Knoll®

Classic and iconic 🖤🖤🖤. #Burke 1960s tulip table $1100.  #marcelbreuer Cesca chairs set of 4 $900. 〰〰〰#iconic #classic #1960s #bauhaus #cane #chrome #saarinen #interiordesign #midcenturyfurniture #midcenturymodern #modern #diningroom #breuer #cescachair #morning #minimal #minimalism #1920s #design #homeunion

Classic and iconic 🖤🖤🖤. #Burke 1960s tulip table $1100. #marcelbreuer Cesca chairs set of 4 $900. 〰〰〰#iconic #classic #1960s #bauhaus #cane #chrome #saarinen #interiordesign #midcenturyfurniture #midcenturymodern #modern #diningroom #breuer #cescachair #morning #minimal #minimalism #1920s #design #homeunion

Pair of Vintage Mies van der Rohe MR20 Cane Arm Chairs Bauhaus Design Classic | eBay

Pair of Vintage Mies van der Rohe MR20 Cane Arm Chairs Bauhaus Design Classic | eBay

The Bauhaus Designers and Their Designs. CRIB BY PETER KELLER IN 1922, INCORPORATES BAUHAUS ELEMENTS OF TUBULAR STEEL, CANE AND GEOMETRIC FORMS.

The Bauhaus Designers and Their Designs. CRIB BY PETER KELLER IN 1922, INCORPORATES BAUHAUS ELEMENTS OF TUBULAR STEEL, CANE AND GEOMETRIC FORMS.

Made for Gropius's use in the director's room in the Weimar Bauhaus, it reflects the influence of the Arts and Crafts Movement and the emphasis on craftsmanship during the early years of the Bauhaus. Paired with the desk is a tubular steel and cane chair designed by Breuer during the years of the Dessau Bauhaus in 1928, and intended for mass production. These two pieces illustrate how the Bauhaus design philosophy evolved to emphasize simple mass-producible designs.

Made for Gropius's use in the director's room in the Weimar Bauhaus, it reflects the influence of the Arts and Crafts Movement and the emphasis on craftsmanship during the early years of the Bauhaus. Paired with the desk is a tubular steel and cane chair designed by Breuer during the years of the Dessau Bauhaus in 1928, and intended for mass production. These two pieces illustrate how the Bauhaus design philosophy evolved to emphasize simple mass-producible designs.

Art deco bauhaus bentwood cane armchairs by Angraves the Invincible design

Art deco bauhaus bentwood cane armchairs by Angraves the Invincible design

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