This pair of armchairs was designed in the 1930s by the American architect and designer Marcel Breuer then produced in the 1970s by Thonet. The model presented here, Cesca B64, is an extension of the famous Cesca B32 with additional armrests.
These armchairs are composed of a tubular structure in chromed steel with a cantilevered base. The seat and backrest are made of natural caning. The frame of the seat and the armrests are made from solid beech lacquered in black (original).
The model's name refers to Francesca, the designer's daughter. These chairs are among the iconic pieces in the history of design. It will bring a unique touch to your interior. It each has a very nice patina of time.
- Marcel Breuer
- Cesca B64
- this product is in good vintage condition, it has a nice general patina
- this product has been cleaned and checked in our restoration workshop
- 80 cm
- Seating height:
- 44,5 cm
- 60 cm
- 54 cm
- Armrest height:
- 66 cm