Dimensions

Width 62 cm
Depth 62 cm
Height 182 cm
Weight 4 kg
Gross weight 8 kg

Materials

Finish S6020 G10Y Dark Green
Material Beech Wood

Specification

Volume 1 m3
Year of design 1229

Resources

Technical sheet (.pdf)
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The P29 coat stand is the result of a series of predecessors of different shapes and types that have been continually improved from 1880 onwards.

Designed in 1929, it is marked by a shape simplicity in line with the industrial modernism of post-war times. The small base makes it ideal for a corner location. In bent beech, it is available with various different stains, or finished in a range of colours.


Gebrüder Thonet

Michael Thonet (1796-1871) and his five children were the most successful furniture manufacturers of the industrial era. Invited by Austrian chancellor Metternich, who had seen his products at the Exhibition of the Society of the Friends of the Arts in Koblenz, to develop his own patent in Austria, in 1842 Michael Thonet left Boppard, in Germany, to settle in Vienna, where in 1853 he founded the company "Gebrüder Thonet" involving his five children.

In the capital of the Hapsburg Empire, Michael Thonet went from glued laminated wood to steam-curved rods, that is, to an industrial chemical and mechanical process. Thanks to this innovation he began to produce wooden furniture proposing a collection of elegant and at the same time rational forms, with a process that allowed mass production.

In 1911 the Gebrüder Thonet catalog had 980 different models. At the end of the Second World War independent production units were born in various nations. Recently Gebrüder Thonet Vienna has developed its activity between tradition and innovation, continuity and renewal, giving life to an articulated production program, which aims in the first place to recover a series of historical objects created by Gebrüder Thonet in the form of re-editions.

The name Gebrüder Thonet Vienna represents the very idea of ​​contemporary furniture.


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.