White wassily chair B3 by Marcel Breuer for Bononia
The Wassily Chair, a groundbreaking design by Marcel Breuer in 1925-1926, stands as an emblem of modernist furniture and Bauhaus innovation. The sleek, angular frame crafted from chrome-plated steel tubes creates a striking visual impact, while the seat and backrest, made of canvas or leather straps, offer a balance of comfort and support. The Wassily Chair embodies the Bauhaus principles of functionality and simplicity, showcasing how materials and form can be artfully combined to produce an iconic and timeless piece of furniture.
This chair was produced by Bononia, which held the license between 1960-1968. After that, Knoll took over the production. Marked with sticker of Bononia