List of products by designer Marcel Breuer

(1902—1981)

Marcel Lajos Breuer is considered one of the masters of Modernism and a popular 20th Century architect and furniture designer. He was born in Hungary, but at the age of 18, Breuer moved to Weimar, Germany to study at a radical arts and crafts school of Bauhaus. Eventually, he became the school’s faculty member along with Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee, teaching architecture. In 1937, he was appointed as chairman of Harvard’s Graduate school of Design. Breuer was first recognized for inventing a bicycle-handlebar-inspired tubular steel furniture. Famous furniture designs include: Wassily chair (1925), Cesca chair (1928), Isokon Long Chair (1935-36).

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  • NKCH00001

    Design history Designer: Unknown; in the style of Marcel Breuer Model: In the style of Cesca chair Style: Bauhaus Period: Circa 2000s, original design from 1928 Description  A set of four armchairs with rattan seats and back. The rattan, tubular steel and oak armchairs are in the style of Cesca chair, which was originally designed in 1928 by Marcel...

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