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Thonet - S 32 cantilever

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Free-swinging tubular steel classic from Thonet

The S 32 chair by Thonet is a design by Marcel Breuer from the 1930s. The cantilever chair is a classic, influenced by the Bauhaus movement and one of the first tubular steel furniture of the 20. century.
As part of the Thonet range, the high-quality processed chair inspires with different material combinations of steel tube with a covering of tubular mesh with transparent, stable plastic support fabric, mesh fabric or upholstered and covered with leather or fabric.

high quality handmade materials

Due to its aesthetic reduction and clarity, the S 32 fits into many private and public areas: Conference rooms, waiting areas, restaurants or even in your own dining room or study. The tubular steel frame is available in chrome-plated or colored lacquer, and the wooden parts are made of stained beech or oiled walnut. The covering with tubular mesh in various colors is supported by a plastic fabric, which provides stability.

The Thonet cantilever chair is available in another version with armrest under the model number S 64 in different variants.

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Item no.278373
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Seat height46 cm
For outdoor useNo
DetailsGliders are not included in the delivery.
  • Seating Surface
  • Upholstery fabric Gabriel Mood (92% wool / 8% polyamide)
  • Frame
  • Stained beech wood
  • Base
  • Chrome-plated steel tube
  • Backrest
  • Canework
DimensionsHeight: 82 cm, Depth: 60 cm, Length: 46 cm
Weight7.1 kg (without packaging)
DesignMarcel Breuer
CategoryChairs, Dining Chairs, Upholstered dining chairs, Conference Chairs