Dimensions

Width 52.2 cm
Depth 53 cm
Height 81.2 cm
Weight 5.5 kg
Gross weight 8.5 kg
Seat height 45 cm

Materials

Frame finish Chrome Plated
Frame material Steel
Seat and backrest finish B05 Beech Gloss 0
Seat and backrest material Plywood

Specification

Stackable Yes
Volume 0.36 m3
Year of design 2000

Chromed steel structure and shell in beech plywood with or without solid wood arms.

All the chairs or armchairs are available in wood or in the variant with padding. In Hot, the cover is available only in the front part of the seat and back with the exposed wood edge. They can be equipped with a coupling system that allows for alignment.


Gebrüder Thonet Vienna Gmbh (GTV)

Michael Thonet (1796-1871) and his five children were the most successful manufacturers of furniture in the Industrial Age. Having been invited to develop a trademark in Austria by Chancellor Metternich, who had seen his products at the Exhibition held by the society of friends of arts in Koblenz, in 1842, Michael Thonet left Boppard in Germany, to settle in Vienna, where in 1853 he founded the company “Gebrüder Thonet” by involving his five sons.

In the Hapsburg capital, Michael Thonet abandoned the more traditional technique of glued lamellar wood in favour of the industrial chemical-mechanical steam bent process. This innovation led him to begin producing wooden furniture, presenting a collection of elegant, yet practical designs that could be manufactured on a larger scale. In 1911, the Gebrüder Thonet catalogue boasted 980 different models.

By the end of the second world war, independent production plants had been set up in various different countries. More recently, Gebrüder Thonet Vienna has developed its work in a successful blend of the traditional and the modern, of continuity and renewal, with a new production programme that begins by re-editing a series of Gebrüder Thonet classics.

At the same time, the Gebrüder Thonet Vienna name stands for contemporary furnishing.


Gebrüder Thonet Vienna GmbH (GTV) is part of a great European history that merges tradition and innovation, renewing its style lines through continuous project research.