The S 533 by Thonet is a cantilever chair that was designed in the 1920s by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. It combines functionality and comfort with timeless aesthetics and clearly communicates the style of the architect. While furniture was rather simple and functional in the 1920s, the aesthetic and then innovative form of the S 533 played a decisive role.
Chrome-Plated Tubular Steel Frame with Leather
The S 533 L cantilever without armrests consists of a chromed tubular steel frame and a seat and backrest made from butt leather in different colours with lacing on the back. More designs consisting of wicker and UV-resistant mesh fabric for indoor and outdoor use in various colours are also available. The chair owes its high comfort to the constant elastic flexing achieved through the cantilever construction by Mies van der Rohe.
Simple transparency, reduction of materials and elegant design are the characteristics of the S 533, that can be introduced into any environment, whether at home or in the office.